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Heartbreaking footage shows a Ukrainian family celebrating a little girl’s birthday before her father was killed by a Russian bomb.

The video shows boxing coach Mikhailo Korenovsky, 39, holding one of his daughters while the other blows out candles.

His eldest daughter and wife Olga, 38, also cuddle the birthday child in the family’s bright yellow kitchen.

The clip was shot before their house in Dnipro was blown up by Russian bombs this weekend.

The couple’s daughters were reportedly injured and are in intensive care.

A photo taken after the blast shows the same yellow kitchen completely destroyed.

Olga, a personal trainer, writes about the photo: “Instead of this hole, here used to be my apartment, where I lived with my family for nine years.

“At the time of the blast, my kids and I were out for a walk and my husband came home after a game, ate and came out to join us.

Ukrainian boxing coach Mykhailo Korenovsky celebrates with his family (Photo: social media /e2w)

A view shows a kitchen in an apartment building badly damaged by a Russian missile strike amid the Russian attack on Ukraine, in Dnipro, Ukraine on Jan. 15, 2023. REUTERS/Yan Dobronosov

Mikhailo’s family celebrated the little girl’s birthday in this pre-bomb kitchen (Image: Reuters)

Emergency services are working at the site where a residential building was badly damaged by a Russian missile strike, amid the Russian attack on Ukraine, in Dnipro, Ukraine on January 16, 2023. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne

The latest death toll from the residential strike is 35 (Image: Reuters)

DNIPRO, UKRAINE - JANUARY 15: Rescue workers use special equipment to search for people trapped under the rubble of a high-rise apartment building that was hit by a rocket on January 15, 2023 in Dnipro, Ukraine.  On January 14, Russia launched another massive attack on Ukrainian cities.  In Dnipro, one of the ??-22 cruise missiles hit a nine-story residential building, completely destroying one of the sections from the top floor to the bottom.  The death toll has risen to 29 people and the rescue work continues.  More than 40 residents of the building are still being sought.  (Photo by Yurii Stefanyak/Global Images Ukraine via Getty Images)

Authorities are still looking for 35 other residents (Image: Getty)

“There is no connection with him now, neither among the living nor among the dead.”

The latest death toll from the Dnipro strike is 35, including two children. About 39 people were rescued, 75 were injured.

The fate of another 35 residents of the destroyed apartment building is unknown, and dozens more are feared trapped under the rubble.

Ukraine has filed war crimes charges over the horrors, leading several Russian soldiers.

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said: “There is no doubt: every person guilty of this war crime will be identified and brought to justice.”