At least 810 apartments in 32 high-rise buildings are damaged in the city of Kramatorsk in Ukraine

  • After a Russian missile attack that left 25 wounded this Wednesday

The head of the Donetsk regional military administration, Pavlo Kirilenko, has reported that at least 810 apartments in 32 high-rise buildings have been damaged as a result of a missile attack that left 25 injured on Wednesday in Kramatorsk, Ukraine.

“It was an attack directed against civilians which could have resulted in a large number of casualties, but a timely evacuation saved dozens of lives. Nobody died, but 25 were injured,” Kirilenko explained in his official Telegram profile.

He also stressed that, in this attack, perpetrated by Russian troops in Donetsk province (east), six private houses, two schools, kindergartens, a medical center, a boiler room, several companies and commercial establishments have been damaged.

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The town of Kramatorsk is located in the Donetsk area not controlled by the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic, whose independence was recognized by Russia –along with that of the self-proclaimed Lugansk People’s Republic– days before February 24, the date of the start of the invasion ordered by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The city’s train station –used for evacuations– fwhat a scene of a missile attack in early April that left at least 50 dead. Ukraine accused “Russian Nazis” of the attack, although both Moscow and the pro-Russian separatist militias denied responsibility and pointed out that the missile used was used only by the Ukrainian Army.

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