11:25 21 Jun 2024

Russian bombing targets city in Donetsk region, killing two and injuring three

Photo: Donetsk Regional Military Administration

On June 21, Russian troops bombed the city of Selydove in the Donetsk region, killing two people and injuring three others.

The Selidove City Military Administration reports this on Telegram.

"On June 21, 2024, at approximately 9:25 a.m., the city of Selydove was shelled by an UMPB D-30SN air bomb. As a result of the shelling, two people died, and three were injured," the message reads.

It is noted that as a result of enemy shelling, multi-story and private residential buildings and a car were damaged.

"The enemy continues to purposefully hit the civilians of Donetsk region every day. In such conditions, the best thing to do is to evacuate and not endanger one's life and health," Filashkin urged.

As Vadim Filashkin, the head of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration, later clarified, the bombing damaged five five-story buildings, six private houses, and a car.

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Rubryka previously reported that on the night of June 21, air defense forces shot down four guided air missiles in the Kirovohrad and Kherson regions.

It should be noted that the enemy attacked Ukraine at night on June 20, using air- and ground-based missiles, as well as Shahed-type UAVs. Air defense shot down five missiles and 27 attack drones.

During the evening of June 19, Russian invaders conducted an attack on Ukrainian territory with over twenty Shahed attack drones. Fortunately, the Ukrainian Forces and air defenses successfully took down most enemy drones.



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