Atack on Kramatorsk: number of casualties rises to 10

Atack on Kramatorsk: number of casualties rises to 10

In Kramatorsk, the number of deaths due to a missile strike has risen to 10.

That's according to the National Police of Ukraine on Telegram, Ukrinform reports.

"10 killed and 61 wounded as a result of the Russian attack on Kramatorsk," the statement reads.

Police officers continue to work at the scene of the attack.

As of 11:30 a.m., three children were reported dead and one wounded.

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According to the updated data, Russian troops hit Kramatorsk with Iskander missiles. Among the killed are a 17-year-old girl and her 14-year-old sisters. An eight-month-old baby was wounded, his life is not in danger.

"Without resting, explosive experts, investigators, forensic experts, operatives, paramedics, and patrol officers are working at the scene of the tragedy," the police emphasized.

Police officers are taking statements, recording the destruction, helping the victims and their families by providing first aid and psychological assistance.

As Ukrinform reported, Russian troops launched two missile strikes on Kramatorsk in the evening of June 27. One missile hit a pizzeria in the city center. The second missile hit the village of Bilenke.

Photo: National Police of Ukraine

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