Close call for Ukrainian farmer who once interned in Clinton County


Ruslan Neroda of Ukraine, who interned as a farmhand in Clinton County between 2007-2008, takes a photo of himself and an unexploded bomb in his field between the villages of Parutino and Kozyrka.

Ruslan Neroda of Ukraine, who interned as a farmhand in Clinton County between 2007-2008, takes a photo of himself and an unexploded bomb in his field between the villages of Parutino and Kozyrka.


Courtesy photo

Ruslan Neroda of Ukraine, who interned as a farmhand in Clinton County between 2007-2008, takes a photo of himself and an unexploded bomb in his field between the villages of Parutino and Kozyrka.

Ruslan Neroda of Ukraine, who interned as a farmhand in Clinton County between 2007-2008, takes a photo of himself and an unexploded bomb in his field between the villages of Parutino and Kozyrka.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/03/web1_RuslanUkraine.jpgRuslan Neroda of Ukraine, who interned as a farmhand in Clinton County between 2007-2008, takes a photo of himself and an unexploded bomb in his field between the villages of Parutino and Kozyrka. Courtesy photo