The destroyed Nova Kakhovka dam, Beryslav town and Dnipro River bank, dried-up after water level sharply dropped following the collapse of the dam, seen from the town of Nova Kakhovka in Kherson Region, Russian-controlled Ukraine, July 5, 2023.
The damaged Chonhar Bridge connecting Russian-held parts of Ukraine's Kherson Region to the Crimean peninsula following what Russian-appointed officials say was a Ukrainian missile attack, in a picture released June 22, 2023.
— Russian-installed leader of the Kherson region Vladimir Saldo via Telegram / Handout via Reuters
Emergency teams help rush to safety injured civilian evacuees who had came under fire from Russian forces while trying to flee by boat from the Russian-occupied east bank of a flooded Dnieper River to Ukrainian-held Kherson, on the western bank in Kherson, Ukraine on Sunday, June 11, 2023.
Houses are seen underwater in the flooded village near Kherson, Ukraine, Saturday, June 10, 2023. The destruction of the Kakhovka Dam in southern Ukraine is swiftly evolving into long-term environmental catastrophe. It affects drinking water, food supplies and ecosystems reaching into the Black Sea.
Houses are seen underwater in the flooded town of Oleshky, Ukraine, Saturday, June 10, 2023. Extensive flooding from the catastrophic destruction of the Kakhovka Dam on June 6 devastated towns along the lower Dnieper River in the embattled Kherson region. Russia and Ukraine accuse each other of causing the breach.