Occupiers shell Stanytsia Luhanska, damaging kindergarten. Two civilians injured

Occupiers shell Stanytsia Luhanska, damaging kindergarten. Two civilians injured

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At about 9:00 on February 17, Russian occupation troops fired on Stanytsia Luhanska, damaging a local kindergarten.

According to Ukrinform, the Come Back Alive Fund reported on Twitter.

"Today at about 9:00, Russian occupiers fired on the village of Stanytsia Luhanska. One of the shells hit a kindergarten where children were at the time. According to preliminary information, kids have not been injured, but two teachers have received blast injuries,” the report says.

The press service of the Joint Forces Operation reported on its Facebook page “with exceptional cynicism, Russian occupation forces shelled the village of Stanytsia Luhanska in Luhansk region. As a result of terrorists' use of heavy artillery, shells hit a kindergarten. According to preliminary information, two civilians have received blast injuries”.

In addition, the local municipal infrastructure was damaged. Half of the settlement has been left without electricity.

The Kindrashivska-Nova locomotive depot and a locomotive were also damaged.

Photo credit: Joint Forces Operation, Facebook

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