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In Kyiv, debris continues to be cleared from the sites of Russian shelling (PHOTOS)

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Rescuers, Red Cross medics, and the military are clearing rubble at two hit sites: Okhmatdyt and a five-story building on Braty Malakovy Street in the Syrets district. On Monday, July 8, Russian missiles killed and wounded dozens of Kyiv residents in these locations and seven other districts.

According to the State Emergency Service, 33 people were killed and 121 were injured in Kyiv. The Kyiv City Military Administration estimated that 129 buildings were damaged in the capital.

Photos by Kyrylo Loukerenko show how all services continued to work on the evening of July 10.

Photo: Kyrylo Loukerenko/Hromadske Radio
Photo: Kyrylo Loukerenko/Hromadske Radio
Photo: Kyrylo Loukerenko/Hromadske Radio
Photo: Kyrylo Loukerenko/Hromadske Radio
Photo: Kyrylo Loukerenko/Hromadske Radio
Photo: Kyrylo Loukerenko/Hromadske Radio
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