Dramatic video out of Bakhmach, Ukraine, shows Ukrainians citizens standing in front of Russian tanks, attempting to stop them from moving forward.
In the video, tanks can be seen driving on roads in Bakhmach, which is just over 110 miles northeast of the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv.
CNN has confirmed the authenticity and location of the video.
"They are throwing their bicycles underneath the Russian tanks," a voice on the video says.
Then a man steps in front of one and jumps on top. The tank continues to roll forward until the man jumps off, puts his hands on the tank and tries to hold it back. The tank stops suddenly, and the man moves in front, kneeling in front to obstruct its path.
The tank stops for just a moment longer as bystanders appear to pull the man to the side.
"People are begging the tanks to stop," the voice on the video says.
It starts to move again, but is again confronted by another Ukrainian standing in front of it.
"They are just throwing themselves under the wheels," the voice on the video says, as other bystanders are seen gesturing and yelling toward the tanks.
The legs of the individual that stood in front of the tank are seen airborne in the video; they appeared to have jumped on the tank again.
Before the video cuts off, the tank spits out a black cloud of exhaust and continues moving forward.