Now doctors in Marganets are fighting for the life of the victim. Every life, regardless of whether it belongs to a person or animal, is of great value for Ukrainians.
Now doctors in Marganets are fighting for the life of the victim. Not only do manganese police officers provide the order and safety of citizens, but also take care of animals. After shelling of the city, they pulled out of the rubble of a wounded dog from under the rubble. This reaffirms that every life, regardless of whether it belongs to a person or animal, is of great value for Ukrainians.
Russian invaders fired every day to the population of Nikopol district. So, during the evening shelling of the city one of the shells hit the courtyard of a private house and wounded a dog. About it reports a message of the police press service in Dnipropetrovsk region.
During the inspection of the seats of the hits, police, together with the owners, began to disassemble the gaps of the destroyed structure, which collapsed on a dog booth. Unfortunately, the dog did not escape, as the owners thought, and the wounded lay in the booth.
Without spending time, the police put a wounded dog on a sheet and delivered the injured animal to the vetclinic on the office. The dogs provided first aid. ROM is now under a serious condition. Later, it turned out that when the police went to the vet clinic, the owners found under the rubble of the second dog parany with Russian shells. He was also taken to the clinic.
At the same time, Russian propagandists call daily shelling of the city of Nikopol and manganese as "Damage to Ammunition".