This was the worst shelling of the districts of Mariupol. 31 people were killed, and 117 were injured. Grads riddled the houses. One of them fell right in the yard of the house where I live.
At that moment, my mother and I were on the street, and we were saved by the fact that the shell exploded next to the car, which took the brunt of the impact.
We were also saved by the entrance canopy. We took shelter from the fragments under it.
I was wounded in the shoulder and leg, I had to have surgery. Then I had to visit a psychologist and undergo rehabilitation.