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 Stanytsia Luhanska and Krymske shelled at night: 128th Brigade commander wounded, - Luhansk state administration

A serviceman was wounded as a result of shelling Stanytsia Luhanska in the Luhansk region on Aug. 3.

This is stated by the Luhansk regional military civil administration press service, Censor.NET reports.

"From 9:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. Stanytsia Luhanska was fired at from an anti-tank rifle. As recorded, a building of the district administration was hit. Terrorists used grenade launchers systematically to shell the greenery around the village. As a result, the commander of the 128th Mountain Infantry Brigade from Lviv was wounded," the report reads.

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"At the same time, an enemy drone was long orbiting over a tuberculosis dispensary in the village of Krymske near Novoaidarsk with a mortar strike being delivered shortly after. No information of casualties or injured was reported," the state administration added.

"I visited Stanytsia Luhanska yesterday. Seeing all the devastation in front of me, brought to the Luhansk region by the "Russian World," I got once again convinced that terrorists shelling civilians almost each day have nothing sacred inside. Residents are trying to live ordinary lives despite constant shelling. I will do my best to not make these people feel abandoned by the authorities," the Head of the Luhansk regional military civil administration Heorhii Tuka noted.

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