The death toll in the Russian missile strike on the railway station in Kramatorsk, Donetsk Oblast, has increased to 57 people, including five children, Donetsk Governor Pavlo Kyrylenko reported via the Telegram messenger on April 10.
Some 114 people were wounded, he added.
"The number of victims of the missile strike on the Kramatorsk railway station has increased – five more people died and five more asked for help with injuries," the governor said.
Kyrylenko added that two more people were killed as a result of Russian shelling in Donetsk Oblast, namely in Vuhledar and Ivanivka, on April 10. In addition, four people were injured: two in Ivanivka, and one each in Sloviansk and Pokrovsk.
On April 8 Russia launched two missile strikes on the railway station in Kramatorsk, where hundreds of civilians were waiting for evacuation trains. The invaders used cluster munitions, fired from a Tochka-U missile system. The attack has drawn wide condemnation around the world, as more than 50 people have been confirmed dead, and at least a hundred more injured.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that Russia's strike on the railway station would be one of the charges at a war crime tribunal to investigate the aggressor country's atrocities against the Ukrainian people.