Unsung Heroes Of Ukrainian Postal Service Brave The Shelling To Deliver A Lifeline

Natalia Kuhta was in the post office, getting ready to go out on her postal round, when a Russian shell hit a street corner 600ft away. It turned the stretch of road she was about to walk down into a snarl of blackened metal, gouged asphalt and splintered wood.

The windows rattled and she crouched down. But once the 58-year-old grandmother realised the post office hadn’t been hit, she picked up her bag and went out as usual, walking past the gaping wreck of a bus, crunching over glass from blown-out windows.

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Louise Callaghan