Ukrainian Border Guard Opens Fire at Russian Tourists Getting Selfie

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A Ukrainian border guard opened cross-border fire on three Russian citizens as they tried to take a selfie close to a check point  in the eastern Ukraine on Sunday.

The incident at the Krasna Talovka border crossing between Kiev-contolled part of the Lugansk region and Russia’s Rostov region occurred on Sunday night, FSB’s Nikolai Sinitsyn told RIA Novosti. As reslut, 1 man was hospitalized with a gunshot. The Russian Federal Security Service is investigating the shooting of Russian nationals.

Sputniknews reports about incident: According to the Russian official, the three holidaymakers were spending the day at an artificial lake near the border when they tried to take a selfie against the backdrop of the check point. The Ukrainian guard shouted for them to stop and opened fire, hitting one of the men in the chest.

Ukrainian Border Guard Opens Fire at Russian Tourists Getting Selfie

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