Three local residents were wounded and 42 buildings (40 private residences, a town hospital and a comprehensive school) were damaged as a result of Sunday shelling of town of Krasnohorivka in Donetsk region by militants.
Head of the National Police department in Donetsk region Vyacheslav Abroskin posted this on Facebook.
"Three local residents – two women and one man – were wounded as a result of morning shelling (May 28, 2017). Forty-two buildings were damaged: 40 private houses, one town hospital and one comprehensive school," Abroskin wrote and posted the photos.
In the morning of May 28, Russian-backed militants shelled the town of Krasnohorivka, Donetsk region, for several hours. As a result of shelling, residential buildings and infrastructure facilities were damaged, civilians suffered. Most of the town was left without water supply. A special subdivision of the CORD (Corps of operational and sudden action) of the National Police of Ukraine was sent to secure the order and provide assistance to citizens.