People were pulled out from under the rubble: the police showed footage of the first minutes of the rescue operation in Pokrovsk after the strike RF
Law enforcers have shown the first minutes after a missile strike on Pokrovsk in Donetsk Region. Police officers who arrived at the scene of the attack also came under a second strike while evacuating civilians.
The victims of the Russian terrorists were 7 people, another 81 were wounded. This was reported in the press service of the National Police of Ukraine (to watch the video, scroll to the end of the page).
The occupants struck two strikes on multi-storey residential buildings in Pokrovsk with an interval of several minutes. It is noteworthy that at the time of the second strike, police officers and the State Emergency Situations Service were already on the scene and were also injured. According to the acting head of the State Emergency Situations Service in Donetsk region Yaroslav Mezhenny, one rescuer is among the dead.
Immediately after the first missile strike, police officers, the State Emergency Service, medics and explosion technicians arrived on the scene to assist the injured and document the war crime. Some time later, there was a second strike, under which the police and rescuers were hit.
The moment of the second explosion got on the cameras of the police. The guards had to quickly evacuate the injured civilians from the destroyed house. Rescuers had to pull many people out from under the rubble.
As OBOZREVATEL reported:
- On August 7, the Russian Federation attacked Pokrovsk in Donetsk region. The occupants made two strikes, hit a multi-story house. 7 civilians died, 67 people were wounded.
- Among the wounded is a policeman Vladimir, the hero of the documentary "20 days in Mariupol".