The video showing the rescue operation after the dam breach in Ukraine lasted only 62 seconds. Unfortunately, it cannot be played

In order to watch the video, you must allow JavaScript to run on your internet browser. An occurrence of a dam break in the southern region of Ukraine controlled by Russia, Nova Kakhovka, has led to the evacuation and rescue of numerous individuals.

The regions impacted extend from Nova Kakhovka up to the vicinity of the Kosheva River bank. James Waterhouse from the BBC illustrates the magnitude of the consequences.

According to reports from Russian media, there are missing individuals and Ukraine has declared a state of emergency. The two countries are accusing each other for the violation.

The video was modified by Gem O’Reilly.

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