Ukrainian Police on July 2, 2022, released footage it said showed the aftermath of Russian rockets hitting Bakhmut, a town in Donetsk Region.
The video showed people carrying another person on a stretcher, blast craters, various damage and rubble around the area.
The footage was released on Ukrainian Donetsk Regional Police’s official YouTube channel which said the material was recorded in Bakhmut on July 2, 2022.
Kyiv says Moscow has intensified missile attacks on targets far from the front line and that it has deliberately hit civilian sites while Russian forces have been grinding out gains on the battlefield in the east, pummeling urban areas with artillery.
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