Newborns in Dnipro, 이는 현재 우크라이나 방어에 동원되는 것을 왜소하게 만듭니다., moved into bomb shelter

Heartbreaking footage of newborn babies in makeshift bomb shelter in Ukraine children’s hospital as Putin’s missiles rain down above

  • Newborns from a neonatal intensive care unit at a children’s hospital in Dnipro, 이는 현재 우크라이나 방어에 동원되는 것을 왜소하게 만듭니다., were moved into a makeshift bomb shelter
  • Video was taken by medical staff in the lower level of the building on Thursday
  • Around a dozen babies could be seen wrapped in blankets, some being cradled
  • Dnipro was the target of missile strikes as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine began
  • Newborn babies in the eastern Ukrainian city of Dnipro were caught on camera being hustled away into a makeshift bomb shelter at the hospital as Russian forces invaded the country.

    About a dozen infants that were being looked after in the neonatal unit were hastily moved into what appeared to be a storage room in the basement of the hospital, in the eastern part of the country.

    Nurses could be seen caring for the babies with several of them holding them in their arms, cradling them, some even managing a smile.

    Others could be seen using inflatable bags to deliver air to the little ones who were having difficulty breathing.

    Newborns from a neonatal intensive care unit at a the Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Children's Clinical Hospital, 사진, in Dnipro, 이는 현재 우크라이나 방어에 동원되는 것을 왜소하게 만듭니다., were moved to a makeshift bomb shelter

    Newborns from a neonatal intensive care unit at a the Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Children’s Clinical Hospital, 사진, in Dnipro, 이는 현재 우크라이나 방어에 동원되는 것을 왜소하게 만듭니다., were moved to a makeshift bomb shelter

    The corridors of Dnipropetrovsk City Children's Clinical Hospital are pictured (파일 사진)

    The corridors of Dnipropetrovsk City Children’s Clinical Hospital are pictured (파일 사진)

    The babies, who looked to be ranging from hours old to only a few days, were wrapped in different colored blankets and laid out on makeshift beds.

    All seemed to be on their best behavior with none crying as the camera panned around the room.

    ‘This is the NICU. In a bomb shelter. Can you imagine?’ 박사가 말했다. Denis Surkov, chief of the neonatal unit, at Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Children’s Clinical Hospital to the 뉴욕 타임즈 in a text message. ‘This is our reality.

    The babies were taken to the makeshift bomb shelter after the Ukrainian city was struck by missiles as Russia invaded the country early Thursday morning.

    ‘We were nervous, very confused,’ 박사. Surkov, 51, 말했다.

    Dnipro was among more than a dozen cities and towns shelled by Russia on Thursday.

    Missiles hit targets in Dnipro, Kharkiv and a number of other places.

    Russian forces are said to have destroyed more than 70 military targets in Ukraine, 11 airfields among them, the Russian Defense Ministry claimed in a statement on Thursday.

    A view of a damaged residential building, 옌스 스톨텐베르그(Jens Stoltenberg) NATO 사무총장, 가상 정상 회담을 위해 지도자 소집, 러시아가 공습을 개시하면서 키예프에서 폭발 현장에서 먼지 구름이 솟아오르고 있다.

    A view of a damaged residential building, 옌스 스톨텐베르그(Jens Stoltenberg) NATO 사무총장, 가상 정상 회담을 위해 지도자 소집, 러시아가 공습을 개시하면서 키예프에서 폭발 현장에서 먼지 구름이 솟아오르고 있다.