MISSILE STRIKE AT CROWDED UKRAINIAN TRAIN STATION KILLS DOZENS, INJURES DOZENS

Apr 08, 2022

By Bob Komsic

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At least 50 civilians were killed and dozens wounded when a missile struck a railway station in eastern Ukraine.
The station in the city of Kramatorsk was being used for the evacuation of residents from areas being bombarded by Russian troops.
Most were women and children heeding calls to leave before the Russians launch a full-scale offensive in the eastern part of Ukraine.
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says that a Tochka-U short-range missile was used in the attack.
The governor of the Donetsk region says thousands had been at the station at the time of the strike.
Pavlo Kyrylenko says the Russians ”wanted to sow panic and fear, they wanted to take as many civilians as possible.”
Photos show the remnants of a rocket with the words ”For the children” painted on it in Russian.  
Russia’s defense ministry denies its forces were responsible. 
Moscow’s denied targeting civilians since invading February 24.
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