In Belarus, hospitals are filled with seriously wounded Russian soldiers –

In Belarus, hospitals are filled with seriously wounded Russian soldiers –
to Fabrizio Dragosi

They are young and fill health facilities and morgues in cities near the border with Ukraine. Doctor: After people tried to photograph the bodies loaded on trains, they began to perform these operations only at night

Wounded and dead Russians, often Very young recruits They fill hospitals and morgues in Russian and Belarusian towns near the border. Many trucks and ambulances travel privately to centers in Belarus such as Narovlya, on the edge of the Chernobyl radioactive zone. And this is for two reasons: because these sites are closest to the northern front, and the other around Kyiv, and because In this way we avoid showing results in Russia for special military operation
As defined by the Kremlin.

Secondly Deutsche WelleMany of the injured will be victims of explosions and fires and will reach hospitals In very serious condition
. Some testimonies also spoke of the scattering of corpses in the mortuaries. in a city Mozyrnear the border The mortuary could no longer receive the deaths on 3 March. A resident told Krym.Realii Radio, a division of Radio Freedom for Ukraine and Crimea, that he saw many black bags being emptied from military vehicles and placed on Russian railway cars. Bystanders started filming what was happening but the military immediately blocked them and forced them to delete everything from their cell phones.

In hospital No. 4 in Gomel Relatives of the patients said that already on March 1 they began removing ordinary patients in order to make places for wounded Russians. Someone said on the same radio, that there are a lot of Russians and many of them are terribly distorted. Even in Russian cities near the border, many wounded arrived. The newspaper, “The Red Star” of the armed forces, reported a few days ago about treating 1,400 soldiers and sending them to rehabilitation centers.

In the Crimea
Some schools have been converted into field hospitals, according to Rifat Chubarov, the speaker of the Crimean Tatar parliament who is in exile in Ukraine. He added that the crematorium in the village of Gvardeyskoye near Simferopol is working day and night.

Mar 19, 2022 (change on Mar 19, 2022 | 21:37)

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