Rescuers continue to look for lost children in Vinnytsia after Russian rocket attack - journalist Didukh
Iryna Didukh, a journalist from Vinnytsia, has said that pictures of missing children are being published in local social networks after the July 14 tragedy, but so far no matches have been found for them, so there may be more missing people.
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The journalist reported that the city has been mourning since yesterday, and since yesterday the townspeople have been bringing flowers and toys to the scene of the tragedy.
"Three children are in the hospital, but in local social media groups, people write that they are still looking for children. It is known that a mother with a small child has disappeared, they are still looking for a boy, but there are no matches among the signs that point to the missing children. There may be more," said Iryna Didukh.
The correspondent noted that even yesterday the blood collection was closed because people went in families to donate blood.
"In Vinnytsia, 36 houses were damaged, so shelters for 200 people were deployed in the city, where people can spend the night, get food and water. All forces are mobilized to provide people with rescue and shelter," the journalist informed.