August 04, 2014 11:39
Penal colony attacked in Donetsk region
KYIV. Aug 4 (Interfax) - Two people were wounded in an attack on Penal Colony ¹28 in Torez, Donetsk region, Serhiy Starenkiy, the head of the Ukrainian State Penitentiary Service, said.
"Donetsk People's Republic terrorists opened mortar fire on Penal Colony ¹28 in Torez last night. A surveillance operator, a 22-year-old girl, was wounded. A convict was also wounded. They are receiving medical assistance. All convicts have been put in a bomb shelter on the territory of the establishment. No convicts have run away," Starenkiy said on Facebook on Monday.
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