Panic and fear in Ukraine's frontline village

STORY: Elena said her house came under shelling on April 25 and her dog was killed in a strike.

“There is no electricity, we live in the basement and cook food over campfire. We don’t have a place to go,” she added.

“I am worried for my life. I don’t want to be killed by something somewhere if it (military actions) is about to start here," said another resident Nataliia, who says she had been staying in the basement for eight days.

A railway station in Lyman was struck in a strike on Thursday (April 28).

Ukraine's military command said earlier this week that Russia was trying to bomb Ukraine's rail infrastructure in order to disrupt arms supplies from foreign countries.

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