A shower of brightly burning munitions cascaded on the Azovstal steel works in the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol, in a video released by a pro-Russian separatist commander, May 15, 2022.
The video shows projectiles bursting into showers of burning matter which then explode on contact with the ground or buildings.
Reuters was able to verify the location of the aerial footage to the Azovstal steel plant. The buildings seen in the video matched satellite imagery.
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