This is reported by the Informant. The girls father told about the shelling during the trip to Lviv on the Doctors Without Borders train.
People die every day because of the war in Ukraine. Many are injured. In particular, such people with terrible injuries are transported by the evacuation train of Doctors Without Borders (MSF). A few days ago, there was a family from Nikopol: a father, a mother and a 6-year-old daughter. The 33-year-old mother suffered shrapnel wounds to her arm and leg, as well as a broken leg. The girl lost both legs. The tragedy happened in the evening, October 11.
This is reported by the Informant. The girl's father told about the shelling during the trip to Lviv on the "Doctors Without Borders" train.
There are five children in the family that suffered from the shelling. Two of them went to Spain. The mother left for Poland with three other children about 3 months ago. They were in a shelter for displaced people. Father stayed to work in Nikopol. On October 5, the woman and three children returned home.
"We were at home," says the father. They had dinner and were going to bed. I went to make tea. Then our house was shelled with artillery. I was rejected. Closer to the explosion were his wife and daughter.
I received only minor injuries: pain in my back and ears. But his wife and daughter were wounded. Two more of our children remained unharmed. There were 3 sharp green objects on the ground. Only one of them exploded, the other two were intact. I called an ambulance, they came with people from territorial defense.
The daughter was taken directly to the Dnipro, and the wife remained in the Nikopol hospital. I came with my other daughter to Dnipro, where we stayed for about 10 days. I was told that my daughter had an operation and would need additional treatment in Lviv. Right after the anesthesia, when she woke up, she told me, "Daddy, I have no legs." She repeats it over and over, "Daddy, I have no legs."
The wife cries a lot and worries about her daughter. Two more of our children live with their grandmother in Nikopol. Now all three of us are on the "Doctors without Borders" train, which is going to Lviv. In 2 weeks, 2 more children and their grandmother will join us. The wife's sister lives there."
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DATE OF CREATION: 2022-10-24 17:33:05 · READERS: 113