Reuters arrived with a camera at the site of a missile attack in Kramatorsk, killing three people and wounding more than ten. The recording shows, among other things, the extent of the damage caused by the bombing, as well as the assistance to those injured as a result of the bombing. Among them was a wounded man suffering. Warning, material contains dramatic scenes.
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A Russian missile destroyed an apartment building in Kramatorsk on Wednesday evening in the Donetsk region in eastern Ukraine. The head of the regional military department, Pavlo Kirilenko, wrote on Telegram that a block of flats in the city center had been completely destroyed.
Another attack on Thursday
On Thursday, Kirilenko reported another bombing of Kramatorsk, in which at least five people were injured. He reported that two Russian missiles fell in the city center. Thirteen two-storey buildings and three four-storey buildings, a children’s clinic and a school were damaged.
Local authorities said at least three people were killed and 18 wounded in the attacks on Kramatorsk.
On Thursday, Reuters arrived with a camera at the site of the attack. The video shows the emergency services assisting a groaning man with a leg wound and a woman. Then ambulances transported the injured to hospitals.
Reuters material also showed firefighters putting out flames and combing through rubble along streets that have been previously fired at by Russian missiles.
Zelensky: This is the daily reality of our country
After Wednesday’s attack, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky wrote on Telegram that “this was not a repetition of the past, this is the everyday reality of our country, a country with absolute evil on its borders.”
“The only way to stop Russian terrorism is to defeat it. With tanks, combat aircraft and long-range missiles,” Zelensky added.
Main image source: Reuters
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