OCHA / UKRAINE RUSSIA MISSILE ATTACKS

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A wave of deadly strikes hit several cities across Ukraine, killing and injuring scores of civilians, including children. OCHA
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STORY: OCHA / UKRAINE RUSSIA MISSILE ATTACKS
TRT: 06:07
SOURCE: OCHA
RESTRICTIONS: PLEASE CREDIT OCHA ON SCREEN
LANGUAGE: UKRAINIAN / NATS

DATELINE: 8 JULY 2024, SHEVCHENKOVSKYI DISTRICT, KYIV CITY, UKRAINE

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1. Various shots, Ohmatdyt children’s hospital damage
2. SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Mariia, Nurse:
“Air raid alert started, we wanted to transport the children to the basement and heard loud explosions.”
3. Various shots, people clearing the rubble outside the hospital
4. SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Mariia, Nurse:
“As soon as we approached the patients to somehow disconnect them from the equipment and carry them outside, we heard more explosions. Everything was falling on us.”
5. Various shots, people clearing the rubble outside of the hospital
6. SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Mariia, Nurse:
“Someone started screaming. We don't clearly remember what happened, but we continued disconnecting the patients from dialysis and carrying them to the shelter. We carried them through the window because rubble was everywhere. We couldn't get out.”
7. Various shots, people clearing the rubble outside the hospital
8. Various shots, OCHA staff helping an injured woman
9. Various shots, people clearing the rubble outside the hospital
10. Wide shot, ambulances arriving on the scene
11. Wide shot, people walking towards the scene
12. Various shots, damage to residential area
13. SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Vasyliy Anatoliyovych, Business Owner:
“Our outlets were damaged; people do not have the opportunity to buy bread amidst this horror around.”
14. Various shots, damage street with cafes and shops
15. SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Vasyliy Anatoliyovych, Business Owner:
“Fortunately, the shop assistants weren't injured.”
16. Various shots, damaged pharmacy
17. SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Vasyliy Anatoliyovych, Business Owner:
“We were at the bomb shelter [when the strikes hit], and later we came out to see this. We've provided the first psychological assistance to our workers, and we are now waiting for the repair team so we can fix the shop and enable citizens of Kyiv to buy here bread tomorrow.”
18. Various shots, volunteers handing out food from food truck
19. Various shots, damaged streets and buildings in residential area, people cleaning debris

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Storyline

A wave of deadly strikes hit several cities across Ukraine today (8 Jul) killing and injuring scores of civilians, including children.

Kyiv City suffered from repeated strikes, which impacted several residential homes and a private hospital and caused heavy damage to another children’s hospital in the centre while children were receiving treatment.

Rescuers, hospital staff and volunteers are clearing the rubble and searching for people trapped under debris. Humanitarian organizations are helping to move patients to other facilities, providing psychological support and assisting with other urgent needs.

SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Mariia, Nurse:
“Air raid alert started, we wanted to transport the children to the basement and heard loud explosions.”

SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Mariia, Nurse:
“As soon as we approached the patients to somehow disconnect them from the equipment and carry them outside, we heard more explosions. Everything was falling on us.”

SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Vasyliy Anatoliyovych, Business Owner:
“Our outlets were damaged; people do not have the opportunity to buy bread amidst this horror around.”

SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Vasyliy Anatoliyovych, Business Owner:
“Fortunately, the shop assistants weren't injured.”

SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Vasyliy Anatoliyovych, Business Owner:
“We were at the bomb shelter [when the strikes hit], and later we came out to see this. We've provided the first psychological assistance to our workers, and we are now waiting for the repair team so we can fix the shop and enable citizens of Kyiv to buy here bread tomorrow.”

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Ukraine strongly condemned today’s deadly strikes by the Russian Armed Forces, stressing that hospitals enjoy special protection under international humanitarian law.

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