A TEACHER who has been driving to Ukraine with medical supplies and food for those affected by the Russian invasion, has spoken of his horror at the devastation wreaked on the country.
Tim Henry, from Enstone, near Chipping Norton, has been providing essential supplies to Ukraine since February.
The 51-year-old started by rescuing dogs that needed to be taken to safety before eventually driving to near the front line beyond the devastated city of Kharkiv. He said it was impossible to "un-see" the scenes of destruction and violence he witnessed.
He has taken pictures of the “shocking views” from buildings with the windows smashed in, bullet holes in glass panes and abandoned towns.
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