The city of Lyman in Kramatorsk district of Donetsk region was liberated from the Russian occupation at the beginning of October. Photographer Kostyantyn Guzenko visited the de-occupied city, where more than 20,000 people lived before the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation, and showed what it looked like now. At the entrance to Lyman, there is a group of local rescuers. Employees of the State Emergency Service are busy cleaning and arranging the space after the evacuation of the city. The so-called “Ministry of Emergency Situations” of the temporary Russian occupation administration took out the mechanized gates along with all the expensive equipment, so the guys put up old wooden ones, covering the broken windows with plywood. As a proof, they show a cap with the heraldry [of the occupation administration] – they left it among all the garbage. There is also a lot of work at the Lyman railway station: the bridge over the railway tracks has collapsed and is severely damaged, rockets for cluster bombs are scattered on the square. Garbage near the station building has already been partially removed.

Source: The Village Ukraine