Trip wire mines explosions: one soldier died, six more injured in Luhansk
16:26, 25 September 2015

Trip wire mines explosions: one soldier died, six more injured in Luhansk

The entire frontal area is mined

16:26, 25 September 2015


In Luhansk region, military servicemen and civilians continue to suffer from the trip wire mines explosions – for the past day, one soldier was killed and six were wounded, Luhansk civil-military administration press service reports.

Thus, carrying out the field roads check in the forest near Krymske village, Novoaidar district of Luhansk region, soldier born 1994 year was blown up by an anti-personnel bounding  mine, two more persons were wounded.

"Yesterday, at the meeting with Lithuanian Ambassador, I noted that Luhansk region needs a group of combat engineers. Due to the fact that front-line areas are heavily mine-studded, almost every day people are suffering and dying, whereas we cannot repair the power supply lines. I also ask other European countries to help us with undermining of hazardous areas on the boundary line, "head of Luhansk regional civil-military administration Georgiy Tuka.

For the past day in the zone of conflict no causalties recorded, one soldier wounded. Overall, militants 4 times violated the truce. Two times militants opened fire near Donetsk, two more shellfires recorded in Artemivsk direction, ATO spokesman Andriy Lysenko stated.

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