"The house is burning, we need to evacuate people": police show the first minutes after the shelling of Lviv. Video
Early in the morning of Tuesday, 15 August, Russian occupiers fired missiles at Lviv. The police showed footage of the first minutes after the enemy attack.
The video was published by the Patrol Police of Ukraine on Telegram. It was filmed with the body camera of one of the patrol policemen, who, together with other services, provided all the necessary assistance to the victims (to watch the video, scroll to the bottom of the page).
A fire broke out in a multi-storey building damaged by falling debris. Rescuers and law enforcement officers immediately evacuated the residents.
"There is a house on fire. We need to take the people who are still there from the other side. There is no access to the entrances there," says the patrol policeman, who is seen running with his colleagues to the scene of the attack.
The video also shows police officers taking people out of the burning building. As the police officers can be heard talking, one of the apartments caught fire, and they rushed to rescue the residents.
The footage also shows the damage to the high-rise building - the blast wave smashed all the windows, damaged the loggias, and one of the apartments burned down completely.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
The aggressor country Russia during a massive missile attack on Ukraine on the morning of 15 August struck Lutsk. It hit an enterprise that produced car components. The hit destroyed structures and started a fire. Rescuers unblocked one victim from the rubble and recovered the bodies of three people.
Almost simultaneously with Volyn, on the morning of 15 August, Russian missiles attacked the Lviv region. The falling debris damaged residential buildings and destroyed a kindergarten, causing fires and injuring several people.