Casualties Reported After Russian Missile Strikes Hotel in Bakhmut, Ukraine

At least two people were killed on July 27 when a hotel and residences were bombed in a Russian attack on the eastern Ukraine city of Bakhmut, according to Ukrainian officials.

The State Emergency Service reported that rescuers discovered two dead bodies in the rubble during the ongoing rescue operation. Another five people were wounded in the attack.

The footage, shared by the Donetsk Regional State Administration, shows the aftermath of the destructive strikes, including rescuers searching through rubble and extinguishing flames.

The regional administration urged people remaining in the area to evacuate. Credit: Donetsk Regional State Administration via Storyful

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