As a result of militants shelling Maryinka, Donbas region, a local woman was injured, according to Pavlo Zhebryvksyi, Head of Donetsk Oblast military-civilian administration informed on Facebook.
He added that an unidentified shell blew up in a private house yard.”About an hour ago in Maryinka, a 56-year-old woman suffered from a shrapnel wound in her hip The mine or a shrapnel (the specialist are to find out later in the morning), landed in her yard and detonated there,” Zhebryvskyi wrote.
“The woman as brought to Kurahiv hospital, where she has already received first aid. The doctors say she is stable,” – he added.
Later Zhebryvskyi reported that on Molodizhna street three children were wounded: 19-year-old Ania, 14-year-old Vania, and 3-year-old Tamara. The mine landed in a yard, where the kids were at the moment.
They suffered from shrapnel wounds that, luckily, don’t pose threat to their lives. Tamara was most severely wounded – in her stomach. She went through a surgery and the doctors informed the shell didn’t hurt her internal organs.
The doctors provided first aid for all children. They say the children will have to receive substantial medical treatment. Zhebryvskyi instructed the hospital to provide them with all necessities.
As we reported earlier, today the militants violated the cease-fire in Donbas five times.