A retired neighbour and I were left alone in the entire apartment building. Half of it was distroyed. Shrapnel damaged our walls and furniture. Our apartment was damaged because a shell landed right in our direction.
Our daughter Nastya saved our entire large family. We were going home. And when they were approaching, she started to get cranky and didn't want to go home. It was right at this moment that a shell hit the house. When we arrived, there was nothing to see, just ruins.
My middle son suffers from a serious blood disease. He requires to take medication constantly. The Rinat Akhmetov Foundation helps us with treatment, and we were helped to go to Kyiv for a check-up. They also help with food products. Otherwise, you can't survive.
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