Police officers come under Russian artillery fire in Donetsk Oblast, four wounded

The condition of law enforcement officers is satisfactory
The condition of law enforcement officers is satisfactory

Russian occupation forces fired artillery at the frontline town of Siversk, Donetsk Oblast, wounding four police officers as a result, the Ministry of Internal Affairs reported on Telegram on Oct. 29.

A shell exploded near a police squad during the Russian attack.

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Four police officers from the investigative squad were injured. The enemy shelling also damaged a police vehicle.

The condition of the law enforcement officers is satisfactory, they are being treated on an outpatient basis.

On Oct. 22, two people were killed and three others were wounded in Russian attacks in Donetsk Oblast.

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On Oct. 17, Russian troops shelled the center of Slovyansk and hit a dormitory.

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