Her final moments: Victims of a Russian atrocity in Bucha

Her final moments: Victims of a Russian atrocity in Bucha

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A Times review of dozens of death certificates from victims along Yablunska Street shows the majority were killed by gunfire. In other cases, the bodies were so badly burned that forensic investigators could not determine their cause of death.

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Mykhailo Romaniuk’s death certificate lists the cause of death as “gunshot wound to the head”. Courtesy of Kateryna Romaniuk

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Zhanna Kameneva’s death certificate states that the cause of death could not be determined due to “severe burns on the body”. Courtesy of Hennadiy Kamenev

Russia’s bloody campaign against civilians was not limited to Jablunska Street. Across the city, residents were killed in yards, wells, garages, and woods. Some were buried in makeshift graves in their own backyards.

Ukrainian law enforcement officials, struggling with the scale of the crimes, posted thousands of graphic images of the dead on a public Telegram channel in hopes that families would identify and collect their loved ones.

Dozens of victims remain unidentified in Bucha and neighboring towns and villages. Among them are four men photographed on Jablunska Street.

A man in a striped pink shirt was shot dead between March 6th and 7th.

A man wearing under armor pants was killed on or before March 25.

Another man wearing an Echo Function jacket was killed around March 20.

A man killed between March 17 and 18 was found with gunshot wounds to the head and neck. He carried groceries.

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