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MOSCOW, July 11 /ITAR-TASS/. A cameraman of the Russian TV channel LifeNews got a light injury during the mortar shelling of the much-troubled east-Ukrainian city of Lugansk by the forces loyal to Ukraine’s government, the channel said at its website.
“July 11, cameraman Valery Moroz was injured in the arm in Lugansk that was subjected to shelling by the Ukrainian military from early morning through to nighttime,” the report said. “The injury was debrided by a local paramedic. Our colleague’s life and health is out of danger now.”
LifeNews also said the crew got trapped in mortar shelling when the reporters were getting out of a shelter.