"Hopefully, no more blood will be shed" - the head of the RSA

13 July 2015 12:15  36103146 0104164
"Hopefully, no more blood will be shed" - the head of the RSA

The head of the Transcarpathian Regional State Administration visited the injured in Mukachevo events in hospital and promised them the best treatment and further rehabilitation

         The head of the region visited the wounded, who were hospitalized in Mukachevo central district hospital, to assure his support. This was the initiative of the head of the RSA, and the order of the President.

Recall that in total eleven people were injured and nine were hospitalized. Now some of the victims are at home after having been treated. Of those hospitalized, two wounded are in serious condition - they are in intensive care, one with a head injury, the other one with the ruptured hip artery. Another three wounded - all police officers - are in stable condition, staying in the same ward. They all were successfully operated.

The head of the region met with doctors and the wounded men. asked if they were receiving proper care and assured that they would continue to have the best care, all necessary medications and treatments (of course, free of charge!) and then, if necessary, rehabilitation.

    

"We hope that no more blood will be shed," - the head of the RSA stressed.

As reported by Vasyl Skryp, the head of the Health Care Department of the RSA, the two members of the Right Sector referred for treatment were operated in Uzhgorod, their condition is stable.

"Hopefully, no more blood will be shed" - the head of the RSA (лыкарня-гу) (unnamed (1))
"Hopefully, no more blood will be shed" - the head of the RSA (лыкарня-гу) (unnamed)
"Hopefully, no more blood will be shed" - the head of the RSA (лыкарня-гу) (unnamed (3))
"Hopefully, no more blood will be shed" - the head of the RSA (лыкарня-гу) (unnamed (2))

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