Phosphorous shells were used by Russian invaders in Ukrainian towns. 11 civilians were injured, including four children
Russian troops have again used phosphorus shells in Maryinka, Krasnohorivka, and Novomykhailivka, injuring 11 residents from the Maryinka community, including four children, the Head of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration Pavlo Kyrylenko has said.
“Some 11 wounded civilians from the Maryinka community, including four children, were taken to the Kurakhiv city hospital,” he wrote on his Telegram channel on the morning of March 31, 2022.
Also, in the morning, two people were wounded in the Ocheretyne community under fire from Russian troops.
“We continue to deliver drinking water and food to the front-line settlements. We will evacuate everyone who wants to. Once again I call on everyone who is on the front line, who is dependent on the availability of specific medicines and medical care, to take the opportunity and leave. Evacuation is temporary. The most important thing now is saving lives!” Kyrylenko said.