Insane Footage Shows British Journalists Under Brutal Russian Attack In Ukraine

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While reporting on the crisis in Ukraine, Russian soldiers ambushed and shot Sky News Chief Correspondent Stuart Ramsay and four colleagues.

Ramsay and his colleagues were traveling back to Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital, when their car was targeted by a Russian reconnaissance team, according to them.

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Ramsay was wounded in the lower back as they sought to flee the automobile. Something blew up under the automobile previous to the shooting, according to the footage.

The Ukrainian government has been warning for days about Russian saboteurs infiltrating the country with the intent of causing chaos. As they flee, death squads strike citizens in their cars. As we discovered in the Sky News film, they actually exist, as Ramsay’s voiceover explains. As heavy gunfire can be heard around them, the journalists panic and holler, with many bullets hitting the car, as shown in the video.

The party initially felt it was a mistake by the Ukrainians, so they identify themselves as the gunfire ceases, but the bullets continue to fly in a professional ambush, as Ramsay stated.

The party initially felt it was a mistake by the Ukrainians, so they identify themselves as the gunfire ceases, but the bullets continue to fly in a professional ambush, as Ramsay stated.

On Twitter, Prime Minister Boris Johnson commended the crew, saying they were risking their lives to ensure that the truth about what was going on in Ukraine was told.