On the evening of November 15, a Russian missile struck a four-story residential building in the city of Selydove, Donetsk region. As a result of the shelling, one entrance of the building from the first to the fourth floor was completely destroyed.
Veronika Bakhal, the head of the Department of Communications with the Media of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine in Donetsk Oblast, reported this incident.
Rescue workers who arrived at the scene saved three people, including one child. Additionally, in collaboration with the police, they transported two injured individuals to the hospital.
During the rescue operations, the body of a deceased woman was recovered from the debris. The search and rescue efforts are ongoing, as there may still be three people trapped under the rubble.
According to Veronika Bakhal, the attack was carried out using the “Uragan” multiple rocket launcher system.
This is not the first instance of civilian objects being targeted in Donetsk Oblast. Such attacks violate international law and constitute crimes against humanity.