The video above is of CCTV footage taken on Monday outside the Donbass Arena in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, which, despite attempts to broker a ceasefire, continues to be the site of clashes between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists.
We see a young child, identified in reports as a girl, stroll over to the stadium, which is usually the home of top Ukrainian club soccer side Shakhtar Donetsk. Then an explosion is heard and a side of the structure comes tumbling down, debris crashing just inches from the girl. Luckily, she seems to escape unharmed.
The BBC reported Monday that the shockwave from a nearby explosion shattered part of the glass facade of the stadium. It was unclear who was responsible for this particular blast, though pro-Russian separatists pointed the finger at the Ukrainian government.
On the same day, footage also emerged from a separatist press conference in Donetsk that was interrupted by a loud blast, which the separatists claim was a "Tochka-U" missile.
This week, rights groups criticized both Kiev and the pro-Russian separatists for their roles in the hostilities, as allegations of a range atrocities -- from grim discoveries of mass graves to evidence of use of cluster munitions -- continue to mount.
Shakhtar, the soccer team whose orange and black colors drape the Donbass Arena, has been forced to play its games hundreds of miles away in the city of Lviv, a hotbed of Ukrainian nationalism in the country's west. The club appears to be relatively unfazed. At a Champions League match in neighboring Belarus, it crushed its opponents 7-0 on Tuesday.