"Dom" filming crew comes under Russian fire in Luhansk oblast
On January 2, the filming crew of "Dom" TV channel came under Russian fire near Nevske village, Luhansk oblast.
The channel's correspondent Anastasia Volkova spoke to an IMI representative about this.
"We were driving slowly and came under fire as we approached Nevske. Literally four shells landed next to us, 100 meters away from us. We filmed it, but it was very scary," Anastasia said.
According to her, the Russians were not targeting the media workers deliberately. They were probably aiming at the police cars that were moving in the same convoy with the journalists.
Both the filming crew and the car in which they were driving are intact.
As IMI reported, in April, "Dom" correspondent Anastasia Volkova came under fire in the partially occupied Rubizhne, Luhansk oblast.
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