Aftermath Of Russian Attacks On Hospitals : Short Wave In the northern Ukrainian city of Chernihiv at least half a dozen hospitals have been damaged by Russian attacks. The Emergency Department of City Hospital No. 2, located on the ground floor, was instantly destroyed. In addition, the shock wave shattered windows across all nine floors of the building, showering everything with broken glass. Correspondent Ari Daniel talks to Emily about the attack and brings Short Wave the voices of three people who were there for the attack and the aftermath.

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Voices From A Ukrainian Hospital Damaged By Russian Attacks

Voices From A Ukrainian Hospital Damaged By Russian Attacks

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A blood transfusion station is cobbled together after a Russian attack on a hospital in Chernihiv in northern Ukraine. Oleksandr Ryzhenko hide caption

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Oleksandr Ryzhenko

A blood transfusion station is cobbled together after a Russian attack on a hospital in Chernihiv in northern Ukraine.

Oleksandr Ryzhenko

In the northern Ukrainian city of Chernihiv at least half a dozen hospitals have been damaged by Russian attacks. The Emergency Department of City Hospital No. 2, located on the ground floor, was instantly destroyed. In addition, the shock wave shattered windows across all nine floors of the building, showering everything with broken glass. Correspondent Ari Daniel talks to Emily about the attack and brings Short Wave the voices of three people who were there for the attack and the aftermath.

Feel free to e-mail Short Wave with your story suggestions at shortwave@npr.org.

Rebecca Davis edited the radio story, which was produced by Sean Saldana and Shelby Hawkins. Gisele Grayson and Thomas Lu edited and produced for Short Wave and Kathrine Sypher checked the facts.