2 killed, 13 injured in missile attack on Kramatorsk

2 killed, 13 injured in missile attack on Kramatorsk

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Russian invaders launched yet another missile attack on Kramatorsk, killing at least two civilians and injuring 13 more.

"Yet another attack on Kramatorsk: it is known for certain about two killed and 13 injured civilians. At least 20 buildings were damaged in the strike, and a fire broke out in the private sector. Law enforcement officers and rescuers work at the scene," Pavlo Kyrylenko, Head of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration, posted on Facebook.

Kyrylenko released a video from the scene.

He noted that the final consequences of the strike had yet to be established and again called on the residents of the region to leave.

"I ask everyone: don't be a target for the Russians! Evacuate in time!" the head of the region urged.

As reported, the aggressor shells Donetsk region, killing and injuring citizens, destroying civilian infrastructure of the populated localities of the region. The enemy hits schools, hospitals, shopping centers, markets, kindergartens, and residential buildings. There has been no gas supply in the region for a long time, and water supply in many localities.

On August 11, the Russian army attacked Donetsk region 37 times, targeting a residential sector and the territory of a coke and chemical plant. Civilians were killed and injured.

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