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Only one of six nuclear reactors are operational at Europe's largest power plant in Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine as United Nation nuclear inspectors continue to assess the damage caused by shelling. NBC News' Jay Gray reports on how local residents are reacting to a power plant occupied by Russian soldiers on the brink of disaster.