Fifty buildings damaged in Grad attack on Ukraine's Novoluhanske – police
Some 50 buildings, including a school, a kindergarten and a rural health post, have been damaged as a result of a militant attack on the Ukrainian-controlled village of Novoluhanske in Donbas with the use of Grad multiple rocket launchers.
Police are guarding the damaged residential area from looting, documenting the aftermath of the terrorist attack and providing help to civilians, the media liaison office of Donetsk region's police has said.
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The incident occurred on December 18.
A power transmission line and a gas pipeline in the village were also damaged; people were partially left without electricity and heat.
An operational headquarters is deployed in Novoluhanske village council's building, rescuers are working on the scene.
More than 3,700 people live in Novoluhanske, including over 500 children.