Many videos are coming from Ukraine and gathering attention worldwide. Videos uploaded on Twitter and Facebook depict destruction on Ukrainian streets after Russia started military action in the country. For more news stay with viralnewsgossip.com
A cyclist came up to have been hit by an explosive in a city in central Ukraine, as social media footage viewed many pictures of destruction in the country after Russia started military action.
3 videos which the PA new agency has geolocated to Kolomens’la Street in Uman, a city which is in central Ukraine and just over 100 miles south of the capital Kyiv, view the individual being thrown from their bike after a large, orange flash of light.
The CCTV video footage views the person crawling from his bike prior to lying still. A 2nd video taken on the ground displays them in a pool of blood, with a small crater in the road nearby.
In the third video which was uploaded later in the morning on Facebook, the person has been released from the street but the window on closeby cars can be watched smashed by the apparent blast.
The videos are among several depicting destruction in Ukraine in the middle of the Russian hostility. Some pictures feature flashes of light from bursts on the horizon, later followed by billowing smoke, with citizens in Dnipro in the east of Ukraine asserting shelling had taken place there.
Another video which PA geolocated to Chuhuiv, close to Kharkiv in eastern Ukraine, views an apartment building that has been serious damaged-with some pouring from it and all of its windows crashed.
The security camera footage uploaded by the authorities of Ukraine has been viewed in Russian military automobiles crossing into the country from Crimea. In Kyiv, large queues of traffic have been shooter as citizens run away from the capital.
Other video footage geolocated to areas northwest and north of Kyiv viewed groups of unrecognized helicopters flying low over the ground. One angle viewed at least 8 helicopters flying in a similar direction.
Misdirecting viral content has also been shared on social media. The former ambassador of Ukraine to the United States, Volodymyr Yelchenko uploaded a video on Twitter claiming to have been filmed in Mariupol, Ukraine ‘just now’. The video viewed a dark sky, alternating illuminated by flashes of orange light, and has garnered over 170,000 views.