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MOSCOW, February 11. /TASS/. Four people were killed on Wednesday when a shell hit a bus station in downtown Donetsk, the official Donetsk news agency has reported.
The report said citing a local hospital official that at least 9 people were wounded in the shelling.
"At around 8 a.m. (local time) one of the shells hit a bus stop "Center" when Ukrainian troops shelled the city. One person was killed and another two were wounded," a spokesperson for the ministry said.
The shelling also damaged two buses, the roof of the bus station’s building and the nearby supermarket.
The DPR's emergencies ministry earlier reported that at least one person was killed and two others were injured in the shelling.
In late January, the shelling by the Ukrainian military forces of a public transport stop killed 13 and left other 20 wounded in the war-torn Donetsk.