Kyrylenko shows photos of shelled Vuhledar, nearby villages

Kyrylenko shows photos of shelled Vuhledar, nearby villages

In the Donetsk region, the Russian invaders shelled the city of Vuhledar and nearby villages and wounded civilians in Bakhmut and Chasiv Yar.

Pavlo Kyrylenko, head of the Donetsk regional military administration, said this in a post on Telegram and published photos of the destruction.

"On the Volnovakha axis, there was shelling of Vuhledar and nearby villages - no casualties... On the Horlivka axis, three people were wounded in Bakhmut and two in the town of Chasiv Yar. One house was damaged in Kostiantynivka," the regional governor wrote.

He said that on the Donetsk axis, a house was damaged in Vovchenka, Kurakhove community, and the outskirts of Kurakhove were also under fire. Isolated shelling of Avdiivka and the settlements of Marinka, Krasnohorivka, and Novomykhailivka in the Marinka community was recorded.

Kyrylenko added that Russian forces had attacked Minkivka and Orikhovo-Vasylivka in the Soledar community and the outskirts of the Toretsk community. In the Lysychansk area, isolated shelling was registered in the Siversk community, with no casualties.

The Russian army injured five residents of the Donetsk region in the past day, on March 28.

Photo credit: Pavlo Kyrylenko / Telegram

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