At least two people were killed in the shelling of the Petrovskyi district of the Donetsk city carried out by Ukraine’s Armed Forces, Russia-appointed Mayor of the city Alexey Kulemzin claims.
The first victim is a teenage girl born in 2008; the second victim is a local 49-year-old woman, the “head” of the city maintains.
At least four men born in 1949, 1955, 1963, and 1979 and a woman born in 1951 were injured, Kulemzin reports.
It is also reported that the walls, roofing, and windows of several buildings were damaged.
In the early hours of 7 November, several blasts rocked the centre of Donetsk; following the shelling, a big fire erupted in the railway administration building, several shells also went off in the administration area of the Voroshylovskyi district of the city.