Ihor The Electrician Dodges Bombs To Reconnect Ukrainian Villages
"When they take a break, we get to work," says Ihor, referring to Russian artillery pounding targets in eastern Ukraine. Since war began on February 24, Ihor has reconnected nearly 20 kilometers of power lines that were cut by shelling. And he needs to work fast. Before the next salvos come flying in, he'll be back on his bike, cycling to the next job.