Ben Bergquam and Oscar El Blue, two correspondents for Real America’s Voice, record a missile explosion and gunfire in Ukraine’s battle with Russians and talk about what it is like to live in a war zone after talking to some locals.
Last week Bergquam had explained the purpose of his trip and some details about why this confusing battle involves Americans at all. From Kyiv, Bergquam talked about borders, saying, “If we are going to support Ukraine, whether we trust what is coming out of the region or not, and putting all of the corruption with Biden’s involvement- we better make sure we secure our own country first”:
Yahoo News confirmed a Monday explosion in the location where Bergquam and El Blue were located and reported:
Explosions were heard in the city of Kramatorsk, Donetsk Oblast; local residents reported a fire.
Details: Suspilne reported that explosions were heard in Kramatorsk. Anonymous sources posted images of a fire in Kramatorsk on Telegram.
Watch Bergquam’s report:
According to the investigation, on August 14 at 23:23, the Russian Armed Forces fired a rocket attack on Kramatorsk.
According to preliminary data, the invaders attacked the city with an S-300 anti-aircraft missile system.
The shells hit the warehouses where food was stored. A fire broke out in an area of 2400 square meters.
Two loaders were trapped in the rubble, and the body of one of them was unblocked by rescuers. The condition of the other man is currently unknown.
In addition, a 38-year-old storekeeper of the company was injured. She was taken to hospital with minor injuries.
Under the procedural control of the Donetsk Regional Prosecutor’s Office, a pre-trial investigation has been initiated in criminal proceedings over violation of the laws and customs of war (Part 2 of Article 438 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine).
As reported, 388 children with their families are planned to be forcibly evacuated from the hottest spots of the Donetsk region.