Car carrying top Russian appointed Luhansk officials blows up
In the temporarily Russian occupied Luhansk region, unidentified persons blew up a car carrying Kremlin appointed "Luhansk People's Republic" (LPR) Internal Affairs ministry officials: the deputy minister and deputy head of criminal investigations
This was reported by the Russian edition ASTRA.
According to the publication, the alleged explosion occurred on Thursday evening, November 16, at one of the checkpoints in the temporarily occupied Kreminna.
A UAZ Patriot car driven by the so-called deputy head of the LPR Interior Ministry's Internal Affairs Department, police Lieutenant Colonel Vladimir Pakholenko, caught fire. He was accompanied by the Russian-appointed deputy minister of the LPR Ministry of Internal Affairs, police Lieutenant Colonel Oleg Shumilov.
It is noted that both officials were hospitalized and diagnosed with shrapnel wounds. An investigation is currently underway.
On November 8, in the temporarily occupied Luhansk, the former head of the so-called LPR people's police Mykhailo Filipenko was killed by a car bomb. Later it turned out that it was a special operation of the GUR and representatives of the resistance movement.