. Mariupol theater is devastated in airstrike, but its bomb shelter is intact, officials say « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NPR – A glimmer of good news has emerged in Mariupol, where survivors are being pulled out of a theater that was being used as a shelter — and which was hit by a Russian airstrike on Wednesday.

A bomb shelter beneath the large theater survived intact, according to Ukrainian member of parliament Sergiy Taruta. After hours of uncertainty in which rescue crews worked to remove rubble and debris, he said in a social media post, people were finally being brought safely out of the shelter.

“People come out alive!” The word “Children” (Дети) had been written in Russian on the ground

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