The unrest in Ukraine is taking a toll on the citizens who have not offended Russia in any way at all and people are struggling to survive in their hideouts after the bombs keep landing the major cities.
In the latest development shared by CNN, some citizens are seen hiding in railway/subway stations which are regarded to be bomb shelters as they hope that the authorities put things in order for them to return to their normal lives.
In an interview granted by CNN, some people expressed how distressed and depressed they are with the developments in the country and express worry also about how the authorities are handling the issue.
Here is a snippet of the interview, slide the image to watch the videos as well:
“It’s just absolutely surreal. Yesterday, this would have been full of commuters making their way back and forth to work. Today, it has become an impromptu bomb shelter,” CNN’s chief international correspondent Clarissa Ward reported.
Ward said she and her team were outside and then heard a “series of thuds.”
“People start[ed] to pour in here … These people are frightened. They’re confused. They are desperately uncertain about what they’re supposed to do, how long they can take shelter here, where they go from here,” she said.
📷: Brent Swails/CNN