Rescuers finish combing through rubble after Russian strike on building in Kramatorsk
Rescuers are sorting through the debris (Photo:State Emergency Service)
Rescuers have completed search and rescue operations after a Russian missile struck a residential building in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kramatorsk on Feb. 1, the State Emergency Service reported on Facebook on Feb. 3.
The agency said that at 10:40 p.m. on Feb. 2, during emergency rescue operations at the scene of the tragedy, rescuers retrieved the body of a dead woman from under the rubble.
In total, the bodies of four dead people were retrieved from under the rubble, while two people were rescued. 18 people were injured.
960 tons of rubble were dismantled and removed at the site of the wreckage. The work has been completed.
A Russian shelling attack killed at least three people in Kramatorsk late on Feb. 1. Authorities say an Iskander-K missile fired by Russian forces hit a four-story apartment building in the city in Ukraine’s Donetsk Oblast. Early on Feb. 2, some 20 people were reported wounded as the search for possible survivors continued.
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