National Guard soldier injured during attack on Luhansk military unit dies – police
A Ukrainian soldier injured during the attack of National Guard's military unit in Luhansk, Dmytro Shelemin, has died in hospital, spokeswoman of the Main Directorate of Ukraine's Interior Ministry in Luhansk region Tetiana Pohukai wrote in her Facebook account.
"Today, on May 30, 2014, from gunshot wounds to the head received during an attack by armed militants on the battalion, at 0300, Sergeant Dmytro Shelemin died in the intensive care department of the hospital," she said.
As reported, five people were injured and hospitalized during the storming of the Ukrainian National Guard military base No. 3035 in Luhansk on Wednesday evening.
As a result of an overnight standoff the militants managed to seize several buildings on the grounds of the National Guard base, as well as "part of law enforcers' weapons," the National Guard reported.
Later, a spokesperson for the Luhansk regional police said that one of the injured was a soldier. He was shot in the head and suffered brain damage.