72-year-old Zinaida Baranchuk has lost her one-story home in Irpin city of Ukraine during Russian shelling. A house she lived in for 40 years since 1981 when she first moved in with her husband. Baranchuk last saw her home standing on March 24, before she took cover in a bomb shelter. With her house completely destroyed, Baranchuk has moved into a caravan provided by the state with her 41-year-old son. Baranchuk is currently living on a pension of less than 99 U.S. Dollars a month, hoping by winter she will be living somewhere that could keep her and her son warm.