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This is the same road I evacuated on, at that same time. Maybe we even bumped each other in the crowd.
This is my town, the town I fled on March, 5 2022 and how I saw it again when I returned to it in late May - when it again was made liveable - because all the electricity and water lines had been broken and damaged during the fighting - when Irpin became the last forepost between Russians and Kyiv.
Just half an hour after I evacuated the city, I saw in the news on the Internet that Russians made it through the town - they then had the range to hit the broken bridge that the civilians evacuated over - and they hit it. Just half an hour later after I had passed the road, it got littered with bodies of dead fleeing civilians who were just unlucky to pass half an hour later than me.
Russians turned to the city then.
There's a great view of the city from the other side of the river. People filmed it - and I had an exclusive view of our house being bombed almost live, just half an hour after we evacuated.
Because our multiflat building was a newer-made one and because the caliber of missiles they hit it with was not very big, the building itself stood. Some flats ended up being just huge empty holes in the building, some burned down to a crisp. We were, again, lucky to just have our window glasses and panels smashed by shrapnel.
PS: this was my second time running from "Russian world" trying to come and "make my life better" - as I am a russian-speaking Ukrainian from Luhansk. Russians came to "liberate" me from my home back in 2014, and then I had to run from their "liberation" again in 2022 from a second home I made for myself.