Four injured in Ukrainian attack in Horlivka
DONETSK. March 3 (Interfax) - A shell attack on Horlivka in the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) has left three people injured, including a teenager and a ten-year-old child, the town's mayor Ivan Prikhodko said.
"A Ukrainian military attack at 19 Korolenko Street left three people injured: a man, born 1972: a concussion, acoustic trauma; a girl, born 2012: a concussion, acoustic trauma, bruise of the right foot, and a girl, born 2005: a concussion, and acoustic barotrauma. All three have received timely medical aid. Their condition is satisfactory," Prikhodko wrote on social media on Thursday.
Later the DPR representative to the Joint Center for Control and Coordination (JCCC) said that the injury toll from the attack had increased to four.
"According to the latest update, as a result of the Ukrainian military shelling of 19 Korolenko street in Horlivka, four civilians were injured (including two children): a woman, b. 1956, a man, b. 1972, a girl, b. 2012, a girl, b. 2005," the representative said.