Six hurt in firing at Gorlovka cathedral

admin | 11 August 2014
Donetsk, August 11, Interfax - A shell hit the premises of the Holy Epiphany Cathedral in Gorlovka during a service last Sunday, the local diocese said.
Six hurt in firing at Gorlovka cathedral

“People were hurt on the Cathedral’s territory. The Gorlovka residents were hiding in the lower church, which had been transformed into a bomb shelter, for more than a week. They went for a walk around the cathedral to take a breath of fresh air,” the diocese said.

Six people suffered injuries and were rushed to the city hospital No2 for medical attendance.

A woman lost her wrist and a man sustained fragmentation wounds to his legs. A shell fragment hit a man’s head.

About two weeks ago a shell fired by the Ukrainian army hit the premises of the Gorlovka Diocese administration.

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