Occupiers simultaneously launched six S-300 rockets at the Pokrovsky district of the Donetsk oblast, and police paramedics saved a baby. This was reported by the National Police of Ukraine on Telegram, releasing footage of the baby's rescue.
Reportedly, Pokrovsk, Novohrodivka, and Myrnohrad were shelled. As a result of the shelling, 10 people were injured, including 4 children. Five more people are still missing under the rubble.
In Pokrovsk, among the victims is a family with two children: a 16-year-old boy and a 6-month-old baby. Another 13-year-old boy was also injured. Preliminary information indicates damage to a multi-story building and nine private houses, a police department, cars, and garages.
One of the projectiles exploded in the yard of a house where a family with two children lived. As a result of the shelling, the roof and walls of the house were destroyed, and the family was trapped under the debris. A police paramedic helped a man, who was holding a bloodied baby, escape from the ruins. After examining the child, the police officer wrapped him up and quickly took him to the hospital. There is no threat to the life of the six-month-old baby.
In Novohrodivka, a missile hit a multi-story building. A 13-year-old child was injured. Currently, police and Emergency Service workers are continuing their work at the site of the missile strike. Five more people, including a child, are presumed to be under the rubble.
In Myrnohrad, the russians struck with 2 missiles from the S-300 air defense system. The police department suffered damage.
Emergency Service and police were working at the impact sites all night. The search and rescue operation continues, and the police are documenting the consequences of the russian strikes.
It was previously reported that on November 28, the russians launched a missile strike on Pokrovsk, injuring seven people in Toretsk and Siverne.