Seven dead, 14 injured, 40 civilian objects damaged: occupiers carried out more than 2,100 strikes on the Donetsk oblast in one day (PHOTO) 06/21/2024 11:51:56. Total views 265. Views today — 0.

Russian occupiers conducted over 2,100 strikes on the Donetsk oblast in one day, resulting in seven deaths, 14 injuries, and damage to 40 civilian objects, the regional police and the Donetsk Oblast Military Administration reported on Telegram on June 21.

The attacks targeted 13 settlements: the cities of Zalizne, Kostiantynivka, Kramatorsk, Kurakhove, Mykolaivka, Toretsk, and the villages of Ostre, Siverne, Shcherbynivka, Maksymilianivka, Mykolaivka, Rozkishne, and Serhiivka.

Forty civilian objects were damaged, including 26 residential buildings, critical infrastructure, and vehicles.

Russia conducted five strikes on Mykolaivka using UMPB D-30SN bombs, an X-59 missile, and two attack UAVs. One civilian was killed, and three were injured. An infrastructure facility was damaged.

In Kostiantynivka, the occupiers dropped a KAB-500 bomb, killing one civilian and injuring another. Four private houses were damaged.

Rozkishne was hit by Smerch MLRS, resulting in three deaths and four injuries, including a child born in 2009. Four private houses, two vehicles, and a gas pipeline were damaged.

Three more people were injured in Maksymilianivka, Siverne, and the village of Mykolaivka due to enemy strikes.

Toretsk was under constant shelling, with four apartment buildings and four private houses damaged.

In Selydove, two people were killed and three injured in the morning of June 21 when russia dropped a guided bomb on the city, hitting a residential area. Five five-story buildings, six private houses, and a vehicle were damaged.

Over the past day, 81 people, including 13 children, were evacuated from the frontline.