The rescue mission following a dam breach in Ukraine was captured on video, but unfortunately it cannot be played at this time.

In order to watch the video, it is necessary to activate JavaScript on your web browser. Due to a dam break in the region of Nova Kakhovka, which is under Russian control in southern Ukraine, thousands of individuals had to be evacuated and saved.

The regions impacted span from Nova Kakhovka up to the vicinity of the Kosheva River’s bank, where James Waterhouse of the BBC displays the magnitude of the consequences.

According to reports from Russian media, there are individuals who cannot be accounted for in Ukraine after a state of emergency was announced. The two countries have accused each other of being responsible for the incident.

The video has been modified by Gem O’Reilly.

Discover further by watching a one minute video of the rescue operation during the dam breach incident in Ukraine.

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