Russians shelled 15 settlements in the Donetsk region, there are killed civilians: photos

The Main Department of the National Police in the Donetsk region informed on March 7, 2023, that the Russian military carried out 30 fire attacks in the Donetsk region, 15 settlements were damaged, and civilians were killed and injured.

Source: The Main Department of the National Police in the Donetsk region

“Killed and injured civilians, and 40 destructions – the result of Russia’s military aggression in the Donetsk region. During the day, Russian troops carried out 30 fire attacks. Policemen record the consequences of shelling in 15 settlements,” reported the Main Department of the National Police in the Donetsk region.

According to the police of the Donetsk region, the cities of Avdiivka, Krasnohorivka, Chasiv Yar, Kostiantynivka, urban-type settlements Velyka Novosilka, Ocheretyne, New York, the villages of Maksimilianivka, Lastochkyne, Kamianka, Shakhtarske, Karlivka, Vesele, Krasnohorivka, Novokalynove were under Russian fire.

Russian troops used aviation, multiple rocket launchers Tornado-S, Grad, as well as artillery, and mortars. As a result, 40 civil objects were destroyed and damaged, including 13 residential buildings, a school, factory workshops, a gas pipeline, transformers, garages, cars.

“Using aviation and multiple rocket launchers, Russian troops hit Avdiivka, aimed at the workshops of the plant. There was no information about the victims. Russian military also shelled Kostiantynivka with Tornado-S and artillery. An educational institution, a gas pipeline, 3 apartment buildings and one private house, garages, and cars were destroyed. There are injured civilians,” law enforcement officers said.

The Main Department of the National Police in the Donetsk region also added that as a result of Russian attacks, there is a killed person in Maksimilianivka and injured civilians in Shakhtarske and Chasovyy Yar.

See also: Russians shelled a city in the Donetsk region, a school was destroyed: photos

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