Search and rescue operation completed in Kramatorsk: four people found dead
Rescuers completed search operations among the rubble of a residential building destroyed by a Russian missile in Kramatorsk, Donetsk region. Four people died
It was reported by the mayor of Kramatorsk, Oleksandr Honcharenko, in his Facebook page.
"Rescuers retrieved a dead woman’s body from under the rubble," the post reads.
Thus, the number of Russian strike victims increased to 4 people.
As of 9 a.m., the State Emergency Service completed a search and rescue operation.
"The consequences of the Kramatorsk shelling have been completed. 221 people and 42 equipment units were involved," it is said in the message.
Four bodies were unblocked from under the rubble, two people were rescued, and 18 civilians were injured.
On February 1, the Russian invading forces hit a residential building in Kramatorsk. As of February 2, rescuers found the bodies of 3 victims. 18 civilians were injured with 8 hospitalized.