Casualties reported as eight Donetsk region localities come under Russian fire

Casualties reported as eight Donetsk region localities come under Russian fire

In Donetsk region, Russian troops struck eight localities over the past 24 hours, killing and injuring civilians, destroying and damaging buildings.

As the Ministry of Internal Affairs posted on Telegram, the Russian invaders launched cruise missiles, opened fire from Grad, Uragan, Smerch systems, artillery, and tanks.

Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Dobropillia, Tonenke, Novoselivka Persha, Netaylove, Kurakhivka, and New York came under enemy fire.

Three times, Russians launched Grad rockets with magnesium alloy incendiary elements on Avdiivka.

Dobropillia was hit by a rocket attack at night. It is established that the Russians launched Buria Kh-22 long-range supersonic anti-ship missile on the town. Neighboring localities felt the blast wave.

As a result of the enemy shelling over the past day, a total of 60 civilian objects were destroyed: 40 residential buildings, including nine apartment blocks, humanitarian assistance warehouse, school, primary care center, kindergarten, stadium, dentistry, a hotel, cafes, shops, garages, and outbuildings.

As reported, on June 13, in Donetsk region, Russian invaders killed three civilians: residents of Avdiivka, Novoselivka Persha, and Kurakhivka. Five more people were injured.


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