As reported by Censor.NET citing the statement by the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) headquarters press center, eight civilians received injuries in the bombardment. All the victims were taken to hospitals.
The rockets also impacted local school, kindergarten, and ambulance station. A part of the village was left without power and gas supply over damage inflicted to the power transmission lines and gas pipeline.
A humanitarian headquarters was established in the village early Dec. 19 along with military field kitchens and heating points. EOD experts started also started disposing of the unexploded ordnance.