At Azovstal in Mariupol there are 600 wounded, dying without medical care – tsn.ua

To date, about 600 wounded remain at the Azovstal plant in Mariupol in unsanitary conditions, without water, food and medicine. The situation in the gym where the wounded are lying is depressing.

Too many people die because they can’t be helped. medical care.

This was told by a representative of the Donetsk region police stationed at Azovstal with the call sign “Police” on the air of a joint information marathon UAraz on Ukrainian TV channels.

“About the wounded, the situation is very bad, there are about 600 of them. The conditions are just terrible, everyone must have seen the photos on social networks. To be honest, it is impossible to convey the overwhelming atmosphere that is in the hospital …“The police officer said.

“Roughly speaking, a huge gym, several dozen bunk beds, the rest are on the floor. Fighters without limbs lie next to each other – some have arms, some have legs, some are simply injured. Complete unsanitary conditions: flies, smell“, added the cop.

He recalled that during the previous bombings, the operating room was destroyed. Now the operating table is located where the wounded lie. Medicines have run out and many people are dying because they cannot get medical care.

There was practically no water or food left.. The law enforcement officer, together with other defenders, collect technical water and fuel from the plant and bring them to the hospital.

Recall, on May 14, Deputy Prime Minister – Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories Iryna Vereshchuk said that the state is negotiating the evacuation of 60 people from Azovstal. These are the seriously wounded and doctors.

These negotiations are very complex and influential intermediaries are involved in them, President Volodymyr Zelensky said.

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