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ROSTOV-ON-DON, July 13, 10:26 /ITAR-TASS/. One person died and two were wounded as Ukraine’s shell hits a house in Russia’s city of Donets, a source at law enforcement authorities told Itar-Tass on Sunday.
Investigators of the Russian Investigative Committee are working in the Rostov region, where a shell from Ukraine hit a house, the authority’s press service reports.
The source added the shell from the Ukrainian territory had fallen in the garden of a house.
“One person died there,” the source said.
The incident happened in the Dvadtsatka settlement, the source said.
Authorities of Russia’s Rostov region (bordering Ukraine) have confirmed a Ukrainian shell hit a private house and killed one Russian citizen, representative of the local government Aleksandr Titov said on Sunday.
He said the Ukrainian shell had damaged two private houses, not one, as it was announced earlier.
“At about 09:02 from Ukraine into the territory of the city of Donetsk (Rostov region) came a shell. Damaged were two private houses in Baltiyskaya Street. One Russian citizen, born in 1967, was killed,” the official said.