Censor.NET reports citing the regional police press center.
A humanitarian headquarters of the State Emergency Service has been put up at the local stadium. People visit the tents to eat hot soup, drink some tea, and get medical aid.
Locals say the indoor temperature has dropped to 10 degrees Celsius, so they come here to warm themselves and feel safe.
The streets are patrolled by more than 100 police officers. With some residents leaving the town, no looting is reported and the crime rate is the lowest in the region.
Five civilians have been wounded in recent bombardments. 24 facts of ruination have been registered, including six apartments and 18 private homes.
Some 25,000 people remain in Avdiivka as of Feb. 1.
Photos by the National Police in the Donetsk region
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