What the Aftermath of the Fire That Rocked Odessa Looks Like

ABC News' Terry Moran reports that dozens died after the Trade Union Building in Odessa was set ablaze during clashes between pro-Russian and pro-Ukrainian protesters.
1:21 | 05/05/14

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This is the trades unions. This place has become more people coming to lay flowers like hand. -- prayer and grieve for those who died here. You get that sense in this place of catastrophe that may be a turning point in Ukraine's his. On Friday -- -- the second dozens of people quote Russian demonstrate. Retreated into the building after -- day of classes they barricaded themselves it. Outside. Can only be described as a mob broke Ukrainian government support they've been fighting. No one exactly knows how the fire started or Molotov cocktails going back and what we do know. Is that people in your -- desperately trying to get out some of them were held out some of them were prevented from getting. Dozens of people died. Pregnant women young people old people a local politician. Trapped inside. The burning house -- it has now become a new front in the conflict is Terry -- Terry Moran ABC news you Odessa credit.

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