Militants shelled Avdiivka, there's a threat of water supply shutdown, - Abroskin
Because of shelling Avdiivka, a coking plant switched to emergency mode
Militants of the terrorist "DNR" shelled Avdiivka this night. Now there's a threat of water supply shutdown, reported the Head of National Police in Donetsk region Vyacheslav Abroskin on his Facebook page.
"Closer to midnight "DNR" militants shelled Avdiivka. Electric power lines are damaged. Avdiivka coking plant switched to emergency mode. There's a threat of water supply shutdown," - wrote Abroskin.
Note in just the past 24 hours militants carried out 38 attacks on Ukrainian army positions.
As we reported earlier, the Russian side of the Joint Centre for Control and Coordination for the first time confirmed the facts of militants' attacks.
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