Wounded in Avdiivka British photographer spoke about the shelling and the civilian deaths

British photographer Christopher Nunn, wounded during the shelling the civilian Town, collects aid for the family of the woman who died a step away from him, according to TSN.12.00.

Dnipro doctors managed to save the photographer’s vision, and he for the first time after the surgery, told his colleagues about what he saw in the Donbass.

Minced fragments from the face, but seeing the 34-year-old Briton Christopher Nunn thanked the Ukrainian doctors for saving. Doctors admit that made it almost impossible. Eyes, riddled with shrapnel, had to be reassembled. The largest 6-millimeter piece literally cut one eye.

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“We were sitting at a table in the kitchen, near the window. Drank tea and a little snack. We talked the whole evening. The attacks became more and more loud and noisy, and the explosions closer. We heard the whistle of the rocket. Elena reassured us that everything is fine. It’s even quieter than usual,” – says the photographer.

The woman died in your own kitchen instantly. Now the British photographer trying to help her family. About the fundraiser, he announced on social networks. Concerned has already collected more than three thousand pounds.

“I feel a responsibility and obligation to help. We were with her until the very end. I have to tell this story. Because it’s not about my wound. And about death in war, innocent civilians women,” adds Nunn.