“Grandma, our home is on fireplace”: Ukraine reels underneath Moscow’s wave of air raids

On Thursday, Tetiana Denysenko rushed to Bortnychi neighborhood in southern Kiev after receiving a troubling telephone name from her granddaughter.

“She mentioned, ‘Grandma, our home is on fireplace. We received hit. My mom [Denysenko’s daughter] was thrown to the bottom. She’s mendacity there unconscious,” Denysenk recalled.

“That is all I might hear.”

When the 62-year-old arrived, her daughter was on her option to emergency surgical procedure.

“Thank God the kids are alive,” mentioned Denysenko. “Thank God my granddaughter solely had an injured leg.”

Denysenko and her household had been only a handful of the numerous individuals throughout Ukraine nonetheless reeling from Moscow’s current assault on the nation.

The airstrikes had been the worst the nation has seen in weeks. And nearly half of Kyiv remains to be with out electrical energy.

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