Ukraine mall strike captured on CCTV cameras of nearby park

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Guardian News published this video item, entitled “Ukraine mall strike captured on CCTV cameras of nearby park” – below is their description.

CCTV footage showed panic in a park in the Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk on Monday, moments after a shopping centre nearby was hit by a Russian missile strike. The location of the video was verified by the nearby buildings and roads which matched satellite and file imagery of the park in Kremenchuk. A day after the attack in which at least 18 people were killed, the city of Kremenchuk in central Ukraine declared a day of mourning and fire fighters cleared away rubble. Russia claimed the incident was caused by a strike on a legitimate military target.

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