The number of those killed as a result of rocket strikes on a humanitarian convoy in Zaporozhye on September 30 increased to 30. The number of wounded also increased - there are 88 of them, Head of the National Police of Ukraine Igor Klymenko said.
There are police officers among the dead and wounded.
About 80 specialists continue to work at the scene of the tragedy.
In Zaporozhye October 1 is declared a day of mourning.
Recall that Russian troops on the morning of September 30 fired missiles at a civilian humanitarian convoy on the outskirts of Zaporozhye. People stood in line to go to the temporarily occupied territory to pick up their relatives or bring help.
In the morning, it was known about 23 dead and 28 wounded civilians of Zaporozhye.