Russian military forces attacked the Ukrainian town of Borodyanka from the air and from the ground. Damage can be seen all over the town. Local authorities say at least 150 people were killed with 41 locals still missing
The resistance in Borodyanka surprised and confused the Russians, who then provided a preview of the brutal tactics Putin’s forces are using to try and force Ukraine into submission. On March 2, with advancement stalled, the bombings began.
Anatoliy Rudnichenko, an advisor to the mayor, was here when his city was relentlessly shelled told Fox News Digital, "There was no reason for this town to be bombed," he said. " There were no strategic targets, no military here."