"Glavkom" journalist and his family survive the Lviv attack by taking cover moments before the strike
"Glavkom" political columnist, Pavlo Vuyets, and his family survived the shelling attack on Lviv: they managed to take shelter moments before the missile hit their house, reports "Glavkom".
Pavlo, his wife Natalia and their young son left the apartment a few minutes before the Russian missile hit it. Their apartment was on the top floor of the building. It was ruined completely. The car parked next to the building was also destroyed.
Pavlo Vuyets has been writing for "Glavkom" ever since the media outlet was founded. His wife, Natalia Sokyrchuk, also worked at Glavkom as a correspondent until the spring of 2023.
Before Russia's full-scale invasion, Pavlo used to live in Kyiv with his wife and child. However, on March 7, 2022, the family evacuated to Lviv.
The couple rented an apartment in Lviv. All their documents, personal belongings and savings were left in the destroyed apartment.
The media outlet asks their readers to help the family, sharing their bank details:
4441 1144 2531 0941, Vuyets Pavlo Yevhenovych
4441 1144 4461 3747, Sokyrchuk Natalia Volodymyrivna
As IMI reported, on the night of July 6, mother and sister of Volodymyr Sadovyi, the journalist for the local media outlet "Varta 1", were killed by the missile strike on Lviv.
On the night of July 6, the Russian occupiers attacked Ukraine with Kalibr-type missiles launched from the Black Sea. The night attack on Lviv killed at least four people, injured nine, and seven people were rescued from under the rubble of the damaged building.
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