The musician said the invaders fired at their position for three hours. At this time there were explosions around them, everything was burning, and the ground was shaking under their feet.
Ukrainian singer Vitaly Kozlovsky, who is now defending our land from the Russian invaders, told how he almost died on the front line.
On his Instagram page, the artist said that he and his brothers were covered by the invaders for almost three hours. Then the artist thought that he would not survive the night.
“That night there were five of us in the dugout. Our positions were covered by shells for 2.5 hours. Everything around was on fire, the ground was falling on our heads. Some prayed, others lit cigarettes , others wrote messages to their friends…” the musician recalls.
The actor added, when he left the dugout in the morning, he was surprised. Everything was burned and destroyed, the mice shocked by the shell lay down, and a shell hit near the place where they were.
“We survived. The morning came. We went out, and the dense forest around us burned and broke to the ground. The rats, which used to run over us every night, were lying on the ground, surprised by the shell . The crater is seven meters from our dugout. But the most important thing is that everyone is alive. And we still find the strength to joke. What’s going on in your head, when you think it’s the end, your consciousness changes forever,” the artist. shared.
Upon returning to Kyiv, Vitaly Kozlovsky shared this story with a friend, who suggested writing a song about it. This is how the track appeared Around and aroundwhich the singer dedicated to his brothers.
Earlier it was reported that Vitaly Kozlovsky, who is now defending our land from invaders, commented on the news of Russian propagandists about his “death.”
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