The man with the shovel is Arthur Tussik, a YouTuber known for his... courageous wreck repairs. And yes, we do know that he's technically not Russian.
Anyway, the wreck of the day is an old Model S, the P70 model, if we're not mistaken. It must have hit something pretty hard frontally, possibly at highway speeds. The side of the car is also pretty messed up.
Like in most other situations, the repairs need to start with removing all the damaged parts. The funny thing is that the Tesla ends up looking like it got its engine taken out, even though there wasn't an engine there to begin with.
The challenges immediately appear because the front chassis rails are all messed up and they are made out of aluminum, which is more difficult to work with. Thankfully, it's not that bad, and Arthur makes quick work of it, at least in YouTube time. The actual repair lasted something like 30 days, 20 of which went to the bodywork and the rest into the paintjob.
Perhaps the most interesting part is that Russians somehow find relatively affordable spare parts. The mangled doors, hood, fenders, and bumper are all replaced with new or salvaged ones. The funny thing is that the panel gaps end up being much better than on any early Model S.