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Russia hits a high-rise building in Myrnohrad, Donetsk region: two people killed, five wounded. Photo

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Russian troops strike at Myrnohrad

On Tuesday evening, March 12, Russian occupation forces shelled the town of Myrnohrad in the Donetsk region. The enemy attacked the town at around 11 p.m., hitting a five-story residential building.

This was reported to Suspilne Donbas by the acting head of the Myrnohrad RMA, Yurii Tretiak. He noted that the Russian attack resulted in the destruction of the house.

Russia hits a high-rise building in Myrnohrad, Donetsk region: two people killed, five wounded. Photo

According to the monitoring channels, a missile hit a residential building in Myrnohrad, causing injuries. Preliminary, the enemy used ballistic weapons.

"The rubble is being cleared," the report says.

Russia hits a high-rise building in Myrnohrad, Donetsk region: two people killed, five wounded. Photo

On the morning of March 13, the head of the Donetsk Regional State Administration Vadym Filashkin reported that 2 people were killed and 5 were wounded in the night shelling of Myrnohrad.

According to him, the rescuers managed to get a 13-year-old girl out of the rubble, alive and unharmed.

Filashkin also clarified that the occupants dropped a Grom-E1 bomb on a 5-story building in Myrnohrad. A total of 4 buildings were damaged.

"All the wounded are receiving medical aid: one person is in serious condition, three are in moderate one. The search operation at the scene has been completed," the head said, once again urging residents of the region to evacuate.

Russia hits a high-rise building in Myrnohrad, Donetsk region: two people killed, five wounded. Photo
Russia hits a high-rise building in Myrnohrad, Donetsk region: two people killed, five wounded. Photo

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