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Brave ITV journalist vows to ‘keep going’ as air raid sirens go off in Ukraine

ITV journalist Romilly Weeks bravely vowed to ‘go ahead’ with her live broadcast for ITV News today, as air raid sirens blared in the background. She is reporting live from Lviv, Ukraine amid the devastating events that are happening there

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Ukraine: Journalist vows to ‘continue’ as air raid sirens sound

An ITV journalist has bravely vowed to “go ahead” with her live broadcast – as the sirens of the air strike have sounded in Ukraine.

Romilly Weeks is updating ITV News on the current situation in the Ukrainian city, as many people have been displaced because of events in the capital Kyiv and other major cities, to Lviv – about 70 km from the border with Poland – for shelter.

However, when she appeared live to update UK news anchor Julie Etchingham on what was happening, sirens of the air raid could be heard as she spoke loudly to overpower them, continue their broadcast.







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Without missing a beat, Romily continued her broadcast as the cameraman followed her around to show what was happening on the ground in Lviv, as others rushed around her to to a safe place.

After the sirens sounded, the broadcaster showed viewers back home how desperate the situation in Ukraine was, before the newscaster urged her and her colleagues to go to some shelter.

“But Julie, I also wanted to show you a little bit of what’s going on at this station, because tens of thousands of people – families fleeing hostilities – are coming here every day,” Romilly began to explain. prefer.







She chats with Julie Etchingham, who is in the ITV News studio
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“It was a little more organized than when we first arrived over a week ago.”

However, she was interrupted by an air raid siren, as she added: “There’s an air raid siren going off right now – we’ll move on. There’s the Guild tent. The Red Cross, there are charity tents being set up here, there are food provided from the soup kitchens, there are also fires being burned because it is too cold, over there, there are buses running bring people to the Polish border.







Many are fleeing to Lviv, near the Polish border
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“Millions of people want to go to Poland, but many want to go to western Ukraine to be close to their family.

“Romilly, we’re going to let you and so many people there go to the shelter you can. Thank you so much for that,” Julie later said as the show aired back on set in the UK.

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