The Russian occupation forces committed four ceasefire violations in the area of the Joint Forces Operation on February 24, - the JFO headquarters reported. The enemy fired from small arms, as well as from hand-held anti-tank and under-barrel grenade launchers in the suburb of Avdiivka. The enemy opened fire from automatic easel grenade launchers near Marinka, and from small arms - not far from Pivdenne. Not far from the village of Chermalyk, a Ukrainian soldier, who was on duty at an observation post, detained a serviceman of the occupation forces of the Russian Federation, who was trying to infiltrate Ukrainian positions. The enemy inflicted a slight wound on our soldier with cold weapons during the detention. In response, the soldier used standard weapons and detained the occupier.
Nine road accidents occurred in the occupied Donetsk region, in which 26 people were injured. This was reported by the fake "DNR MIA". There were also 28 accidents in CADO without victims, in which vehicles were damaged. The report noted that among 855 traffic violations during this period, 58 were facts of driving in a state of intoxication.
11 fires occurred in the occupied Donetsk region over the day, which caused the death of three people. This was reported by the fake "Ministry of Emergency Situations of the DNR".
A resident, through whose fault a child was seriously injured, was detained in occupied Snizhne. This was reported by the so-called "DNR MIA". The 30-year-old man caused grievous harm to the health of his daughter as a result of careless handling of a grenade. He faces "criminal responsibility" for what he has done. Reportedly, the emergency message came from the ambulance station - medical assistance was provided to a child born in 2019, who was diagnosed with an open craniocerebral trauma, a fracture of the right fronto-parietal bone, a displaced brain contusion, a foreign body in the brain substance and a coma. It was also reported that the child's father had previously been "involved in illegal possession of weapons and ammunition".