Russia attacks rescue worker's residence in Pokrovsk, injuring four

Russian troops attacked a building in the Pokrovsk district where rescuers lived with a drone
Russian troops attacked a building in the Pokrovsk district where rescuers lived with a drone

The Russian military launched an attack on Pokrovsk in Donetsk Oblast, injuring four rescue workers in a strike on their residence on the night of Feb. 21, the Ukrainian State Emergency Service reported.

A Russian drone struck the building housing the rescue workers, causing injuries to State Emergency Service personnel.

A Russian missile attack also damaged a firefighting and rescue unit building in Druzhkivka on the evening of Feb. 20. Fortunately, no injuries were reported among rescue personnel.

Russia attacked Kramatorsk in the Donetsk Oblast the day before, striking residential area. Seven people were injured.

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