The press service of the Donetsk Regional State Administration reported to Censor.NET that three days of mourning were declared in connection with the tragic events in the city on July 28.
Many houses on the main streets of the city are damaged, some of them by a direct hit of projectiles. Housing organizations along with the residents eliminate damage, estimate the extent of violations and determine the measures of restoration. A number of administrative buildings are damaged on Lenin Avenue, Pobedy Avenue, Rudakov Street, Komsomolskaya Street and streets adjacent to them. Two private houses burned away in Nikitovskii area and two more in the Maiskii residential neighborhood. The direct projectile hit destroyed the top floor of the school № 85 on Rudakov Street. The educational process of the school will be transferred to other schools of the city. Some shells fell on the territory of the city hospital number 2 inflicting damage to the buildings of maternity ward, hospital, catering department, braking windows in several hospital buildings.
The appropriate city services are working to repair the damage. The traction substation is also damaged making the electric public transport unable to work. 75 transformer substations are out of order denying the villages of Shyroka Balka, Bayrak and partially Nikitovka as well as mines of Kocheharka, mines 6 and 7 of power. Repairing brigades continue restoration activities. A number of enterprises in the city including Stirol suspended their work. Kindergartens also suspended their work.
Horlivka bakery production moved to Yenakieve. All contracts concluded earlier with shops for the supply of bread will be fulfilled. Entrepreneurs engaged in pickup of bakery will receive the bread in the normal mode in Yenakieve. The residential neighborhoods of Stroitel, Solnechnyi and 245 quarter will be provided by bakery products from Dzerzhinsk. A number of shops do not work on Lenin Avenue and in Solnechnyi residential neighborhood due to the lack of electricity.
According to Horlivka City Council