We were last in Dnipro this past February, shortly after the devastating missile strike that killed almost 50 people. This was the first time we drove by the site during the day, and it's overwhelming seeing the scope of it and all the personal items still just sitting there in people's kitchens and bathrooms. So shameful, to think that Russia intentionally sent a 38' long missile with a warhead of over 2,000 lbs. slamming into the building in the middle of the night.
We did a drop to Sergius and Nata, who run a church that distributes aid to refugees in the area.
We ended up spending about 4 nights in Dnipro, since there are 2 food and supply warehouses there to purchase goods. We did daily runs to places like Zaporizhzha and Nikopol from Dnipro.