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A shop and a bus station as well as several private dwellings were ruined in one neighborhood.
Seventeen people, including three children, were killed and another 43 civilians were wounded in Horlivka last Tuesday, July 29.
Three days of mourning for the victims were announced on July 28. Thirty-one people, including 8 children, died in the town in the course of two days, according to the Donetsk regional administration.
A number of administrative buildings were damaged in Horlivka; several houses were burnt out while a school, a hospital, including a maternity unit, a clinic and catering facilities was destroyed. All kindergartens in the town have been temporarily closed.
Seventy-five transformer substations were left without electricity. A local bread-baking plant has been relocated from Horlivka to a safer place in the town of Yenakiyevo.