In Zolote-5, Luhansk region, a 41-year-old woman and her 12-year-old child got injured due to the detonation of an explosive device. This was reported by the Donbas News with reference to the so-called State Emergency Service of Donetsk People's Republic.
As a result of the blast, the woman was diagnosed with a mine injury, a traumatic amputation of her left leg, and a shrapnel wound to her left hand.
The child received multiple injuries to the face, chest, anterior abdominal wall, and two arms. The boy was taken to the eye microsurgery hospital in Luhansk, and the woman is in critical condition in intensive care.
As we reported earlier, the OSCE Monitoring Mission has recorded far fewer violations in Donbas since July 27, when the regime of a sustainable and comprehensive ceasefire began to operate.
"For seven weeks after the start of the introduction of additional measures for a sustainable and comprehensive ceasefire, from July 27 to September 16, 1,052 cases of violations were recorded. For comparison, five weeks before that we recorded 18027 violations," the statement said.