Mariinka, Donetsk region, partially cut off from electricity due to shelling
An unexploded 120 mm mine stuck in the middle of a yard in a living quarter
Russia-backed militants shelled Maryinka, Donetsk region, last night. That led to numerous destructions and now some districts of the town are cut off from the electrical grid due to the shelling. Pavlo Zhebrivsky, Donetsk governor reported that at Facebook.
‘Some of the living houses were damaged; an unexploded 120 mm mine stuck in the middle of a yard in a living quarter. Currently, the town’s municipal services are working to restore the electric supply,’ he wrote.
The situation in Avdiivka remains complicated; the town’s been one of the epicenters of military actions in Donbas. Yesterday, April 20, the old part of the city went under mortar and tank fire.