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Russian attack on Kramatorsk kills family, including grandmother, mother, son

During the same Russian attack, rescues found the body of a security guard in the rubble of the damaged school in Sloviansk, local governor Vadym Filashkin said.
Destroyed residential buildings in Kramatorsk due to Russian attack on 18 Feb. 2024. Credit: Сity Council via Telegram
Russian attack on Kramatorsk kills family, including grandmother, mother, son

Russian attack on Kramatorsk, Sloviansk on 18 February evening killed 4, injured 2, according to local officials.

On 18 February evening, Russian forces targeted Sloviansk and Kramatorsk in Donetsk Oblast, hitting a school in Sloviansk, destroying two houses, and damaging 23 more in Kramatorsk.

Rescues found the body of a security guard from the rubble of a school in Sloviansk, local governor Vadym Filashkin said.

The Russian attack killed a family in Kramatorsk, City Council reported at 2 pm on 18 February. Rescuers found the body of the family under the rubble of the damaged house.

Russian forces regularly shell the Ukraine-controlled cities in Donetsk Oblast, often causing civilian casualties and damage to civilian infrastructure.

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