Water destroyed everything: the consequences of the Kakhovka HPP explosion in the villages of Kherson region. Video
In the Kherson region, the water level continues to drop after the occupants blew up the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant. It has already left the houses in the village of Daryivka, they were seriously damaged by the flooding.
This footage was published in his Telegram channel by Ukrainian journalist Andriy Tsaplienko (to see the video, scroll to the end of the page). Volunteers who brought humanitarian aid to Kherson region showed the consequences of the flooding.
The video shows that the big water took everything from the local residents - many houses did not survive the flooding and were severely damaged first by it, and then a second time when the water began to recede. The walls of some of the buildings were destroyed, gardens were also devastated, and property that people had been saving for years was destroyed. What survived they took outside to dry.
According to people in Daryivka, there is still water in the cellars - water up to the waist. According to a local resident, after the explosion of the hydroelectric plant, the water reached the stovepipe of his house.
"There were four rooms - nothing. There are no walls. Everything has to be removed, just a swamp," say eyewitnesses.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, as of June 21 (the 16th day of the elimination of the consequences of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant explosion by occupants) on the right bank of the Kherson region, water has receded from more than 3,100 houses. Restoration work is beginning on these territories.