Air Force: Cluster munition was used in the strike on the railway station in Kramatorsk

The Air Force said the rocket that hit the crowded train station in Kramatorsk on April 8 had a cluster warhead.

The British Broadcasting Corporation refers to the evidence it has. Earlier, officials spoke about this – a representative of the DPR and the head of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration Pavel Kirilenko.

BBC claims that he has the testimonies of his correspondents who visited the Kramatorsk railway station after the strike. The traces found match those of cluster munitions. Such ammunition, when exploding, scatters smaller elements, which independently explode later (sometimes much later).

The death toll as a result of a missile attack by Russian troops on the railway station in the city of Kramatorsk has grown to 57 people, including five children. About this April 10 informed Head of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration Pavel Kirilenko:

“The investigation team, which completed work at the site of the shelling in Kramatorsk, found that 57 people were killed as a result of the missile attack, and another 109 were injured.”



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