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SLAVYANSK, June 15, /ITAR-TASS/. One person was killed, several were wounded when the besieged city of Slavyansk (Donetsk region) came under artillery attack of Ukrainian law enforcers overnight to Sunday, a source from the local people’s militia told Tass.
The source said the settlements of Semyonovka and Cherevkovka were the hardest hit in the attack that left several residential buildings and a fuelling station damaged. There is still no water and electricity supply in the besieged Slavyansk.
On Saturday, Ukrainian law enforcers were pounding medical establishments of the city, in particular, smashing all windows of a maternity home and damaging it. Luckily, nobody was wounded as the personnel and patients had been evacuated several days before. Several shells hit the roof of an accident hospital. The Lenin Clinic also came under a major artillery attack. Besides, a check point of local militia had destroyed, the source said, adding that several people had been wounded. Several shells also exploded on the territory of a marketplace.