Residents in Zolochiv near Kharkiv, Ukraine, were assessing damage to their homes and streets following shelling on July 12 that killed two people, according to a local official.
Oleg Synegubov, head of the Kharkiv Regional State Administration, said in an update on Telegram on July 12 that two people had died.
Footage shows residents draping a UNCHR-branded tarp over a damaged roof as well as interior and exterior damage to other residential buildings in the town.
The footage was recorded by Ukraine-based freelance journalist Sergio Olmos, who also posted video on his Twitter page of damage to Zolochiv’s hospital. Olmos said Zolochiv “takes shelling almost daily”. Credit: Sergio Olmos via Storyful