Hundreds of Kharkiv residents have been forced underground, living in metro train carriages parked in stations, to escape the bombardment that has reduced their city to a ruin. One individual describes the subterranean experience as "stressful" but shows the immense fortitude that has come to define the Ukrainian resistance to Russian aggression when he says "it could have been worse". .
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