Life burnt by the war: a wounded Transcarpathian will be treated in England

4 March 2015 13:58  5093509 094491
Life burnt by the war: a wounded Transcarpathian will be treated in England

Victor Slychko from Verbyazh in Volovets district was seriously wounded while defending the territorial integrity, independence and sovereignty of our country to the east, at night on December 22, 2014. The bullet shot by a professional mercenary hit his jaw and crushed it. Victor Slychko was immediately taken to the hospital in Dnipropetrovsk, where military surgeons saved his life. 

Soon, fellows of the seriously wounded soldier opened the account to transfer funds for his treatment.   Unfortunately, the first operation was not entirely successful, therefore another one is necessary. Doctors of the military hospital for border guards in Kyiv agreed to do it. But after the examination, they found out that the injury was extremely complex and effective help in the treatment of Victor can be provided only abroad - the Volovets District State Administration reported.  

Our countryman had a meeting with the acting head of the District State Administration O. Tsinyk who promised him all possible assistance, which the wounded soldier needs now more than ever. 

After some negotiations, surgeons at one of the clinics in England agreed to do this complex operation. Before leaving for treatment abroad Victor visited his children and wife Hanna, who was staying with her husband all the time while he was in hospital in Dnipropetrovsk.

 The details and the account number can be found on the site of the DSA.

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