Occupants attack a hospital and a mine in Donetsk region, one dead and one wounded: people may be trapped under the rubble
On the night of November 21, the occupiers launched four missile attacks in Donetsk region, resulting in injuries and a death. The aggressor's troops hit the territory of the hospital in the town of Selydove, as well as the Kotlyarevska mine in the town of Novohrodivka.
According to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Ihor Klymenko, the first two Russian missiles arrived at the territory of the hospital in Selydove around 23:30. Two buildings were damaged and six civilians were injured.
There may be victims under the rubble, search operations continue, Klymenko said.
A few minutes later, the occupiers carried out two more rocket attacks on the mine. One employee of the enterprise died.
Four buildings, 19 vehicles and a power line were damaged. 39 miners were trapped underground, all of them have been brought to the surface.
At the same time, the head of the Novohrodivka city military administration, Oleksandr Shevchenko, clarified that the occupiers had attacked the Novohrodivka community with S-300 missiles, hitting the mine.
The attack killed a 63-year-old miner, a resident of Novohrodivka, Viktor Kuzhel. At the time of the attack, he was on duty in the downhole equipment repair shop.
In addition, the strike damaged seven buildings on the mine's territory, 14 cars, five buses and power lines.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, Russia attacked Ukraine with five missiles and ten "Shaheds" at night. Air defense forces shot down an Iskander-K and nine UAVs in different regions of the country.