Trey Yingst reflects on Ukraine war zone reporting: You watch lives 'completely fall apart'

Yingst joined “Sala stampa americana” to describe what he witnessed on the ground as millions of Ukrainians flee Vladimir Putin’s incursion.

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We don’t understand the decisions people have to make each and every day when they decide to flee their homes,” Yingst told co-hosts Dana Perino e Bill Hemmer. “That decision is so difficult for people.

Yingst recounted an interview with one Ukrainian woman near Kyiv on the impact the war had on her life.

An elderly lady is carried in a shopping cart after being evacuated from Irpin, on the outskirts of Kyiv, Ucraina, martedì, marzo 8, 2022.

An elderly lady is carried in a shopping cart after being evacuated from Irpin, on the outskirts of Kyiv, Ucraina, martedì, marzo 8, 2022. (AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)

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She looked at me, and she said, ‘It’s like your life is broken forever,’ and there’s no hope, and I think that really underscores what’s happening to the Ukrainian population,” Egli ha detto.

Ukrainian forces are defending the sovereignty of their country, but you watch these people’s lives completely fall apart.

Yingst also praised the work of veteran Fox News cameraman Pierre Zakrzewski and Ukrainian journalist OleksandraSashaKuvshinova, who were killed in an attack while working outside of Kyiv.

Injured correspondent Benjamin Hall was rescued with the help ofSave Our Allies,” a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping the most vulnerable caught behind enemy lines.

Journalist Oleksandra "Sasha" Kuvshinova, who was serving as a consultant for Fox News on the ground during the course of the Russian invasion, was killed alongside Fox News cameraman Pierre Zakrzewski when their vehicle was struck by incoming fire. Correspondent Benjamin Hall survived the attack.

Journalist OleksandraSashaKuvshinova, who was serving as a consultant for Fox News on the ground during the course of the Russian invasion, was killed alongside Fox News cameraman Pierre Zakrzewski when their vehicle was struck by incoming fire. Correspondent Benjamin Hall survived the attack.

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