Oleksandr Kamyshin, CEO at Ukraine's state rail operator Ukrzaliznytsia, announced this on Telegram, Ukrinform reports.
"Another railway station in the east of the country came under fire from Russian troops last night," Kamyshin said.
He noted that the aggressor continues to strike the country's railway infrastructure.
"Five locomotives, tracks and catenary were damaged. But that's the iron, we will restore it," Kamyshin said.
He added that the railway continues to work according to schedule.
On April 8, two Russian missiles hit the Kramatorsk train station, leaving 57 people killed and 109 injured.
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