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LVIV, Ukraine — The Watertown exchange scholar who lately put in a night in a bomb shelter with his family members in Ukraine has fled from one of the first metropolitan areas attacked by Russia.
“It was mentally exhausting to continue to be there,” Mr. Borzenko said of Kharkiv. “To be in fear each and every next of your existence, not knowing if you will wake up tomorrow.”
He explained it got challenging to uncover food items in Kharkiv.
“And it was seriously unsafe to be outside for that long for the reason that you never ever know when the bombing would begin,” he stated. “As I know, the circumstance in Kharkiv is a bit much better nevertheless, but individuals are however hiding in bomb shelters.”
Mr. Borzenko and his loved ones packed their automobile and drove to Lviv. They organized food items for the vacation and dollars, because they knew that credit cards largely never work in the regions that are bombed.
He said it typically usually takes about an hour to get from Kharkiv to Lviv, but it took a few straight times of driving to arrive. Substantial targeted visitors jams of people fleeing stored the highways at a standstill.
“They were being jogging from war,” he explained.
But they are protected now in Lviv, all things thought of.
“It looks like there is no war,” Mr. Borzenko explained. “People just live their life, and it can help me mentally to be trustworthy.”