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Thursday, 30 March 2023 11:23 GMT

Damaged Houses, Kindergartens, Administrative Buildings: Consequences Of Russian Strikes On Donetsk Region

(MENAFN- UkrinForm) The Donetsk Regional Military Administration showed the consequences of Russian shelling of the region over the past day: Kramatorsk, Avdiivka, Toretsk, Vuhledar, and Kurakhivka were under attack.

'At night, the Russians launched two more missile attacks on the outskirts of Kramatorsk. Outbuildings were damaged, but nobody was injured. In Volnovakha direction, Vuhledar and Novoukrainka were under fire, no one was injured,' Pavlo Kyrylenko, Head of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration posted on telegram .

According to him, three people were injured in Donetsk direction and eight houses were damaged in Kurakhivka.

In the morning, the old part of Avdiivka town came under massive attack.

'One person was killed in Horlivka direction and seven people were injured in Toretsk. In the town, 34 houses, two kindergartens, an outpatient clinic, a library, an administrative services center, a cultural center, a newspaper editorial office, and a post office were damaged. Three more people were injured in Bakhmut – an apartment block and an administrative building were damaged,' Kyrylenko added.

As noted, intensive shelling continues in Paraskoviivka, Soledar community. Numerous damages were recorded.

Also, about 20 strikes on Torske and Zarichne in Lyman community were recorded in Lysychansk direction.

As reported, the Russians killed two civilians and injured 14 more in Donetsk region over the past day.



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