Eight civilians injured after Russia dropped five bombs on Lyman, Donetsk Oblast

Aftermath of the Russian air strike on Lyman on May 29
Aftermath of the Russian air strike on Lyman on May 29

Eight civilians were injured in Lyman, Donetsk Oblast after Russian troops dropped five air bombs on May 29, the Donetsk Oblast police reported.

The bombing damaged three apartment buildings, a medical facility, a religious site, and an express delivery service building.

The attack involved a Grom-E1 bomb and four UMPB D-30 SM bombs.

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Donetsk Oblast faces daily bombardment from Russian military.

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Two people were killed and three injured after Russian airstrikes hit residential buildings and administrative structures in Toretsk the day before, on May 28.

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