Censor.NET reports citing Pokrovske police precinct in the Donetsk region.
"Law enforcers who serve in the frontline town round-the-clock continue documenting the aftermath of the shelling conducted from the occupied territory for the fourth day in a row. Town residents ask police officers for help and inform them of damages to their houses. Police officers continue documenting the aftermath of of the artillery shelling and provide assistance to those in need.
"Over the four days, six civilians have been wounded in Avdiivka, 26 houses damaged," the message of the police reads.
The police say more calls were received at their hotline this morning about four civilian houses damaged on Feb. 1 due to shelling.
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The fighting in the vicinity of Avdiivka has been underway since late Saturday, Jan. 28.
After three days, Ukrainian soldiers managed to take enemy positions and improved their tactical set-up in the area. Unfortunately, casualties were reported among the military.
On Jan. 30, enemy strikes left the government-controlled town of Avdiivka without electricity, water and heat.
In the evening of Jan. 30, a state of emergency was declared in Avdiivka.
As reported by the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) Staff press center, militants carry out not stop attacks on Ukrainian positions near the town.
A regional coordination center to aid local population has been set up.
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