61 dead, 121 injured (including 16 children)

Russian military launches two Tochka-U missiles at the Kramatorsk railway station in Donbas during the evacuation of civilians

Photo: Pavlo Kyrylenko

The Head of the Donetsk Regional State Administration, Pavlo Kyrylenko, said 38 people died at once, and another 12 died at the hospital. A total of 98 people have already been admitted to hospitals, including 16 children.

As of May 21, due to the Russian attack on the Kramatorsk railway station, 61 people were killed, and 121 were injured, Artem Dekhtiarenko, Spokesperson of the Security Service of Ukraine, reported.

“Police and rescuers report dozens of dead and injured. Thousands of people were at the station during the missile strike. Residents of the Donetsk region are being evacuated to safer regions of Ukraine,” reported Pavlo Kyrylenko, head of the Donetsk Regional State Administration.

“This is an evil that has no limits. And if it is not punished, it will never stop.” President Zelenskyi said. 

A Russian missile crashed on the territory of the Kramatorsk railway station.
A Russian missile crashed on the territory of the Kramatorsk railway station. The inscription on the rocket — “For the children.” Photo: Social media 

Ukrainian Railways reported that the Kramatorsk railway station was closed to trains after the Russian attack.

Victims of a missile strike. Photo: twitter.com/kramatorsk_ukr

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