He confirmed the information about the morning shelling of the residential areas resulting in some of the buildings being damaged. According to Samarskii, a Russian television journalist guarded by two Cossacks was the first to come on the site of the explosions to cover the news right after the shelling of the city.
"The outraged locals began to chase the journalist and Cossacks away demanding to fight somewhere in the field but not in residential neighbourhoods and not to cover themselves by local citizens. They promised the militants in the end that if there will be another shelling the locals will give the entire so-called army of the south-east the bum's rush from the city," Serhii Samarskyi said.
As you know, the terrorists fired Ukrainian army positions near Severodonetsk today and after that committed the shelling of the residential districts of the city.