4 killed, 18 injured

In Kramatorsk, a residential building was destroyed by Russian missile

Photo: Pavlo Kyrylenko, the Head of Donetsk Regional Military Administration

In the evening of February 1, Russian troops hit the residential sector of Kramatorsk, the Donetsk region, with an “Iskander-K” missile. At least 8 apartment buildings were damaged, and one was completely destroyed, the National Police of Ukraine reports.

As of February 2, 7 am Kyiv time, 3 people were killed, and 18 were injured, the State Emergency Service of Ukraine informs. Rescue and search operations continue as there still might be people under the rubble.

Update. As of February 3, rescue and search operations were finished. In total, the rescuers unblocked the bodies of 4 dead people from under the rubble. 18 people were injured, the State Emergency Service of Ukraine reports.

On February 2, Russian troops launched a missile attack on Kramatorsk once again. As a result, 13 two-story buildings, 3 four-story buildings, a children’s clinic, a school, a garages, and private cars were damaged. 5 people were injured, states Pavlo Kyrylenko, Head of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration

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