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Oksana Nyzovets

"If the mine went off, we wouldn't have a home to live in"

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A bomb hit our house during the attack, and the house was severely damaged. At that time, I was in another city with my three children. This saved our lives. We still have the fore end of the shell in the yard , which can easily breaks through the walls and roof.

 When another attack happened, we were scared and even terrified. It all seemed like a dream. We can never forget that, especially when the shell hit our house. It broke through the roof, went through the kitchen set, and sank half a meter into the ground.

When we called the rescuers, we were told that it was an incendiary mine, and it did not explode. And if it did, we wouldn't have half the house. Or even the entire house.

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