As a result of the shelling, a fire started at an agricultural enterprise, dozens of tons of grain burned down. One employee was at the scene and was not injured.
“Hangars with grain crops were destroyed. And what is grain — this is bread, this is food. People need water and bread to survive. This is a kind of genocide. They destroy the most necessary objects,” said Aleksey Getmansky, a representative of the JCCC in the LPR.
The blast wave and fragments of shells damaged two warehouses with grain, an office building, destroyed special equipment and cars. The company, which employs more than a hundred people, suffered serious financial damage. For many residents of the city, this is the only source of income.