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 Stanytsia Luhanska and its surroundings came under intense shelling from mortars and tanks - Moskal

Yesterday (May 13), from 9 p.m. till midnight, the village of Stanytsia Luhanska and the surrounding area were subjected to heavy shelling with mortars, tanks and automatic weapons.

This is stated by the press service of Head of the Luhansk Regional Civil-Military Administration Hennadii Moskal, Censor.NET reports.

"The fire was conducted from the right bank of the Siverskyi Donets River, occupied by the so-called "LPR". In Valuiske village, which is adjacent to Stanytsia Luhanska, a shell (probably from a tank) hit a private house on Radianska street and caused heavy damage. The owner of the house, a 76-year-old man, was miraculously uninjured. In the district center (Stanytsia Luhanska) shells and mines exploded near the strong points of our security forces. There have been no reports on the destruction of infrastructure or victims among the civilian population or the military; detailed information is being specified," the statement said.

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It is also reported that it was quiet in Stanytsia in the morning. The pipeline damaged yesterday was restored, all the vital systems are functioning in a regular mode.

"The town of Shchastia, including the territory of the power plant, was subjected to mortar and grenade shelling last night. Mine shrapnel mine hit the main board of the control room, but the station continues to operate in a regular mode. Enemy snipers, evidently for fun, were shooting at the facades of houses, hitting an electric meter in one of them. There is no information on wounded or killed," the press service said.

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Yesterday, fighting was also reported in Katerynivka and Troitske (Popasna district), whose outskirts were shelled fired by mortars. There were no casualties.


 
 
 
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