The rescue operation of the dam breach in Ukraine was recorded in a video that can’t be played.
The regions that have been impacted extend from Nova Kakhovka to the vicinity of the Kosheva River bank. James Waterhouse from BBC demonstrates the magnitude of the influence in that area.
According to Russian media, there are some people who are unaccounted for after a security breach, and Ukraine has declared a state of emergency. Each country is accusing the other of responsibility for the incident
The editing of the video was done by Gem O’Reilly
Discover further information about the Ukraine dam breach rescue in just 62 seconds by watching the accompanying video.
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