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Richard Engel reunites with 88-year-old who survived Russian attacks

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Reporting for TODAY, NBC’s Richard Engel reunites with Prescovia Ivanova, an 88-year-old woman in Ukraine who survived attacks during Russia’s invasion. She describes what it was like during the bombing, as well as what life has been like since troops pushed Russian forces out of her village.

Ukrainian woman, 88, who survived Russian bombing shares how life has changed