Number of deaths from explosions in Balakliya increased to three. Staff.

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On Sunday, November 17, a soldier who died in an explosion at the Central Artillery Base in the city of Balakliya, Kharkiv region, died in the Kharkiv city clinical hospital for emergency medical care. The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reports.

“The remaining servicemen, who also suffered as a result of the incident, are undergoing treatment, there is no threat to their life,” the statement said.

Related: Balakliya ammo depot fire: General Staff calls cause of explosion

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine expresses sincere condolences to the relatives and friends of the deceased soldier.

As we reported, the explosions took place near the Balakliya ammunition depot, Kharkiv region. Two military sappers sustained fatal injuries as a result of explosions of shells in Balakliya

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