Four wounded as Russian missiles hit Pokrovsk

Four wounded as Russian missiles hit Pokrovsk

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Four civilians have been wounded as Russians launched two missile strikes on the town of Pokrovsk in Donetsk region.

"In the morning, two missiles hit Pokrovsk. It is currently known about four wounded civilians. They were taken to hospital. Three infrastructure facilities were damaged," Head of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration Pavlo Kyrylenko posted on Telegram.

Late at night, a shell hit an unfinished high-rise building in Kramatorsk, destroying two entrances. The shock wave damaged windows in nearby houses. Fortunately, no one was injured.

“The Russians continue to strike the towns far from the front line. They want to kill as many civilians as possible and sow panic. That’s why evacuation is the only right choice now! Evacuation saves lives!” the head of the region emphasized, addressing those who still stay in the region.

On February 24, Russian president Vladimir Putin launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Russian troops shell and destroy infrastructure, massively fire on residential areas of Ukrainian cities, towns, and villages, using artillery, MLRS and ballistic missiles.

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