The number of wounded as a result of the strike on Kramatorsk has increased – State Emergency Service (photo)
The Russian occupation forces also attacked Konstantinovka.
The number of victims of a Russian strike on Kramatorsk in the Donetsk region on March 18 increased again. At least ten people are known to have been injured.
“Donetsk region suffers from constant shelling of Russians. Civilians are dying, infrastructure is being destroyed… Today, as a result of the shelling of the city of Kramatorsk, 2 people were killed and 9 injured, three of whom are in serious condition. According to preliminary information, a dozen houses and several cars were damaged” , – reported in the Main Directorate of the State Emergency Service of Donetsk region.
It is noted that the Russian occupation troops also attacked Konstantinovka. As a result of the blow, 6 people were injured. 10 private houses, 9 high-rise buildings, a school, a children’s shop, private cars and garages were damaged.
“The building of the fire and rescue unit of the Kramatorsk garrison also came under fire. The gates of the garage and 2 fire trucks were damaged. Fortunately, the personnel of the unit were not injured,” the report says.
Later, the Donetsk OVA reported 10 victims.
“At least 2 dead and 10 injured as a result of today’s shelling of Kramatorsk,” the report says.
The head of the Donetsk OVA, Pavel Kirilenko, stressed that the Russians are purposefully killing civilians, so it is dangerous to stay in the Donetsk region.
Shelling of Donetsk region
The Russian occupation troops shell the settlements of the Donetsk region every day. So, as a result of shelling near Bakhmut, a rocket hit a car, and a Polish volunteer was wounded.
On March 16, the Russians attacked Konstantinovka. The enemy attacked the city twice with Hurricane systems, injuring six civilians, including a foreign volunteer.
On March 14, Kurakhovo came under fire. Eight residential high-rise buildings and an electrical substation were damaged, about a thousand subscribers were left without electricity.