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War takes the most precious thing - children

June 7, 2022, 6:35 294 Author: Yana Lobanok deti.zp.ua Remember them and appreciate life!

War takes the most precious thing - children

Intensive Care Unit Oblast Children's Hospital. There are sandbags in the windows. On the bed is a sixteen-year-old boy. No gunshot wounds, but without a chance at life.

The native village of Alexander very quickly found itself in occupation. The Russian military did not let cars through at checkpoints for several days. No civilians, no ambulances. When Sasha became ill, the parents did not understand for several weeks what was happening to their son. When they finally got to narrow-profile doctors in Zaporozhye, precious time was lost forever. Sasha had a hemorrhage and fell into a coma.

This photo was taken in mid-May. For several weeks, doctors supported the guy's life with the help of medicines and modern equipment. And then Sasha left forever, becoming another victim of the Russian invasion. We condole with Sasha's parents and we mentally hug them.

Usually our publications end with a call to help. But no miracle can bring the son back to his parents. As well as 262 children who are recognized as victims of Russian aggression. Just remember them and appreciate life!

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