More than 30 people were killed and more than 100 were injured in a Russian rocket attack on a train station in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kramatorsk as civilians tried to flee to safer areas, according to the country’s state railway company.
Another of #RussianWarCrimes.
Kramatorsk this morning.#Ukraine was evacuating civilians. #Russia struck. 30 dead. Their belongings still stand next to their bodies.#StopPutinNOW #StandWithUkraine #ArmUkraineNow pic.twitter.com/QQY5n4e2pc
— olexander scherba🇺🇦 (@olex_scherba) April 8, 2022
Earlier, the same source reported that two Russian missiles hit a railway station in Kramatorsk, which is used to evacuate civilians from areas bombed by Russian forces. “Two rockets hit the Kramatorsk railway station,” the Ukrainian Railways said in a statement.
— ТРУХА⚡️English (@TpyxaNews) April 8, 2022