The number of victims of the Russian missile strike on Kramatorsk has risen to 12: The body of another person has been unlocked from under the rubble
On the evening of June 27, the Russian terrorist army attacked Kramatorsk, Donetsk region, with Iskander rockets, killing civilians. As of the morning of June 29, 12 people were known dead.
Also as a result of the attack dozens of people were injured. This is reported by the press service of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine (to see the photo, scroll to the end of the page).
Rescuers reported that in the morning, June 29, the body of another casualty was unblocked from under the rubble. A total of 12 people, including three children, were killed in a Russian missile strike.
More than 60 people were injured to varying degrees of severity. Eleven people were rescued from under the rubble of the destroyed building, seven of whom were rescued by the State Emergencies Service. Emergency rescue work in Kramatorsk has been completed.
Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Ihor Klymenko said that the search and rescue operation in Kramatorsk lasted two days. Around 4 a.m. rescuers unblocked another body. All have been identified. Also, the Interior Ministry specified that 65 people were injured as a result of the shelling.
We recall that on the evening of June 27, the occupants once again attacked Kramatorsk in the Donetsk region. At 7:32 p.m., they struck the city center and the village of Bilenke. A public catering building was hit.
Earlier it was reported that Nick Duckworth, an American volunteer in Ukraine, said that he was in the Ria Lounge restaurant in Kramatorsk when a Russian missile hit it . It was around 7:30 p.m. The volunteer said that many people were injured.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, the SSU detained the adjuster of the Russian missile strike on the cafe in Kramatorsk on June 27. The agent of the special services of the Russian Federation, a local resident, was detained hot on the heels of the counterintelligence officers of the Service.