Three civilians killed, at least 11 others injured, including teenager, in series of Russian missile, drone and artillery strikes on Donetsk

Consequences of a rocket attack on Myrnohrad on the night of March 10
Consequences of a rocket attack on Myrnohrad on the night of March 10

Eleven civilians, including a teenager, were injured in a Russian overnight attack on Myrnohrad, in Ukraine’s frontline Donetsk Oblast, presumably by three S-300 missiles, the Regional Prosecutor's Office reported on Telegram on March 10.

A 16-year-old boy, 5 women and 5 men aged 34 to 95 were wounded in the attack. According to law enforcement officials, 17 high-rise buildings and dozens of cars were damaged.

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The bodies of two other civilians were recovered from the rubble of a house in another Donetsk Oblast’s town, Dobropillya, which was attacked by Russian kamikaze drones, the Regional Military Administration head, Vadym Filashkin, reported the same day.

Two administrative buildings and two private houses were damaged.

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Police and the Security Service opened a criminal case for violation of the laws and customs of war (Article 438 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine).

A 66-year-old man was also killed in the Russian shelling of Chasiv Yar, according to Filashkin's Telegram post.

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