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The mother of a girl from the Bryansk region, who was shot in the car by the DRG of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, asked for help to find accommodation

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The family of one of the Bryansk schoolgirls, who came under fire from a Ukrainian sabotage and reconnaissance group, have asked for help with accommodation. The girl has been under intense stress and refuses to return home after the incident.

According to the Shot telegram channel, 7-year-old Zlata cannot recover after the attack of the Ukrainian group on the village of Bryansk. The girl believes “we’re going to shoot them again” and constantly asks about the deceased driver who took them to school. The first-year student refuses to speak to the psychologists and quickly wants to forget this day.

It is known that after the incident the family left the village to live with relatives, and since then they have been moving from one to another so as not to weigh themselves down. Zlata’s mother would like to stay in Bryansk to make the children feel safe, but she cannot afford to rent an apartment. She reports that she left a 75-year-old mother in the village, whom she wants to take with her, and that the woman is also raising a 15-year-old daughter.

“Actually, I’m the only able-bodied person in the family, I get minimum wage,” a source said.

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