There are no surviving houses: an exclusive photo report from the Kharkiv region engulfed in flames
Exclusive photo report of the Kharkiv region on fire/Channel 24
The Russian occupation troops continue to bomb our towns and villages. Therefore, the “brotherly love” of the people of Russia causes terrible destruction, comparable only to the consequences of the Second World War.
One of these settlements was the village of Yakovlevka, Kharkiv region. As a result of air strikes, everything here is covered with rubble of buildings and multi-meter craters from explosions. See what the so-called “liberation” looks like in an exclusive report by a journalist on Channel 24.
How the village lives after the air raids
Kremlin propaganda tells that their army allegedly attacks only military facilities. However, it is difficult to imagine what kind of military elements the military of the enemy noticed here. In an ordinary village 30 kilometers from the regional center.
One of the partially surviving houses/Photo 24 channels
People were left homeless/Photo of Channel 24
Russian aviation hit the village four times already . As a result, 4 civilians were killed and 14 more were injured. A Channel 24 journalist reported that there was not a single completely surviving house left. Windows are broken somewhere, and sometimes even part of the buildings are missing.
Russia destroys sheds, barns and houses/Photo of Channel 24
In some places only ruins remain/Photo 24 channel
Now all the remaining locals are concentrated only on one – the restoration of housing. They clear rubble and repair roofs. In addition, the windows are sealed and boarded up.
Local residents work tirelessly/Photo of Channel 24
Yakovlevka looks like a battlefield/Photo 24 channel
Russian “liberators” got here/Photo of Channel 24
People with damaged houses are still relatively lucky. Indeed, in the village there are more than 20 houses that are destroyed to the foundation. As for the craters, they are almost everywhere a few meters deep. However, there are cases where the shells left giant holes 10-20 meters wide.
A huge funnel in a place where once there was someone's house/Photo 24 channel
Local talks about the consequences of the bombing/Photo of Channel 24
An explosion pit next to the wreckage of the house/Photo 24 channel
Despite the very difficult situation, the villagers do not give up. They say that soon they will start planting vegetable gardens. But these people, like the rest of Ukraine, will never forget the misfortune the Russian invaders brought to our land.
Locals do not lose optimism/Photo of Channel 24
Life breaks through the ruins/Photo 24 channel
Part of the houses of Yakovlevka are no more/Photo of Channel 24
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A village resident with her kitten/Photo of Channel 24