Among the first on the scene: video of patrol policemen helping people during night shelling in Kyiv

Anastasia KovalevaLife
Patrol policemen are the first to help people during night shelling in Kyiv

Patrol police officers showed the first minutes after Russia's night attack on Kyiv. They were among the first to arrive at the scene.

The footage was shared by the press service of the Kyiv Patrol Police on Telegram. The press service noted that the fact that the Russians attacked the Ukrainian capital on Children's Day added to the cynicism of the attack (to watch the video, scroll to the end).

"Another sleepless night. Another enemy shelling. Once again, we are among the first on the scene," the statement reads.

The footage shows patrol police officers helping the victims.

"We are once again convinced that nothing is sacred to the occupiers, even when the entire civilised world celebrates International Children's Day. Instead of congratulations and fun activities, little Ukrainians received crying and grief. Despite everything, we are together, we are strong and able to overcome any challenges. May every day be filled with peace, goodness and safety for our citizens," the press service added.



On the night of June 1, Russian occupation forces attacked Kyiv with missiles, and many loud explosions were heard in the capital - more than ten in just a few minutes. Air defence forces shot down the enemy targets, but the fall of the remnants of the missiles led to destruction and, unfortunately, deaths and injuries, including children.

Earlier it was reported that the victims of the Russian attack were two children aged 5-6 and 12-13. According to updated data from the Kyiv police, on Thursday night, Russia killed a 9-year-old girl (information has been clarified) and her 34-year-old mother, as well as a 33-year-old woman. Another 12 people were injured.

As OBOZREVATEL reported, on the night of Tuesday, May 30, the occupiers attacked Kyiv again. Explosions were heard in the Ukrainian capital, and air defence forces were working. Unfortunately, a 33-year-old woman died as a result of the fall of the UAV wreckage, and 13 other people were injured (in total in the region).

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