Insurgents shoot Road Patrol Service unit in Dagestan
Two law enforcers died on the spot, another one was hospitalized with a wound.
Two MIA officers died in Dagestan after the attack from insurgents on a Road Patrol Service unit, Interfax reports referring to a source.
According to the agency’s source, the incident took place in the Stalsky village (a suburb of Kizilyurt). They noted that two law police officers died on the spot, and one more was wounded.
At the same time, 112 reports via Telegram that unknown people opened fire on the Road Patrol Service along the route between Stalsky and Kizilyurt. One of the attackers, 24, was wanted.
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