Bodies of 11 people found during fire suppression in Luhansk region.

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Eleven people died in large-scale fires in Luhansk region, according to the State Emergency Service of Ukraine.

"During the suppression of forest fires on the territory of Luhansk region, the bodies of 11 people were found. 18 more people were injured (including three employees of the State Emergency Service). The cause of the death of four people is being established," the service said.

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