Hello RuslanaThank you for sharing this great video about the worst nuclear catastrophe ever. We should not forget! I am deeply touched by everything related to this tragedy. I have been watching docs especially on Discovery and National Geographic but every time I see something new, I feel the same sorrow. Thanks for sharingNadina
My father was in Chernobyl in 1986, when I was 7. We lived without him for about 4 months from June to September. His job was to provide tinned food to people who worked in Chornobyl. Now he is 59, a lot of friends from his team have already died, but my dad is quite OK, Thanks God!!!My brother was in Chernobyl in 1989 - after his returning his daughter, my niece, was born - so she has a status of a child of Cherobyl.My father -in-law also was in Chernobyl in 1986.As you see, almost all memebers of my family are connected with that tragedy.Every year we try to go to the monument to people, who died after Chernobyl crash, and lay the flowers.
It's very very sad that this tragedy happened and so many people suffered, directly or not, then or now. We should take it as a lesson and never ever let such tragedies happen. Thanks God your family is all right, you are among the lucky ones, but unfortunately examples like this ones are rare. It's good we don't forget and thank you once again for sharing this. In the meantime, let's prepare our engines and propellers for the 4th week. I am exhausted. I am waiting for the grades, then with all the power, ahead!All the best,Nadina