The video of the rescue operation after the dam breach in Ukraine lasts only 62 seconds and is currently unavailable for viewing.
The regions impacted extend from Nova Kakhovka up to the vicinity of the Kosheva River bank, as demonstrated by James Waterhouse of the BBC, who illustrates the magnitude of the consequences.
There has been a declaration of a state of emergency in Ukraine and according to Russian media, some individuals are unaccounted for. Each nation is pointing fingers at the other for the security breach.
The video was edited by someone named Gem O’Reilly.
Discover further by watching a one-minute video that showcases the rescue operation during the dam breach in Ukraine. The video captures the entire rescue process in just 62 seconds.
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