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 Troitske comes under shelling, has experienced water, power outage for 10 days, - OSCE

Residents of Troitske, the Luhansk region, have been staying without electricity and water for 10 days now as a result of terrorists' attack on the village.

Censor.NET reports referring to an OSCE Special Monitoring Mission report.

"The deputy head of Popasna civil-military administration told the SMM that there was no electricity and water in Troitske since Dec. 21 due to damage reportedly caused by shelling," the press service says.

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In "LPR"-controlled Zhovte, the SMM observed new damages to two houses (one of which appeared to have been abandoned) 100 meters apart.

The damage was assessed as caused by anti-tank wire-guided missiles fired from northerly direction.

The SMM saw about 30-35 holes (from 4 to 20 mm in diameter) in a north-facing wall of the abandoned house.

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The north-western part of the roof had been heavily damaged. The SMM observed two wires of anti-tank guided missiles parallel to each other, 15 meters apart and 30-40 meters north of the house.

"The SMM saw two holes (one 4 mm and the other 20-25 mm in diameter) in the north-facing wall of the inhabited house. The owners of the inhabited house (a man and woman in their sixties) told the SMM that shelling had occurred on Dec. 21, but no one had been hurt," the report reads.
 
 
 
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