Accommodated even in the corridors: hospitals in occupied Sevastopol overcrowded with wounded invaders
The Russian occupiers actually have nowhere to put the servicemen of the Russian Armed Forces who managed to survive after "bavovna" by the Ukrainian armed forces. Some of them are being taken to hospitals in seemingly deep rear areas, where they have to be accommodated directly in the corridors because of a shortage of places.
Such is the situation now in the hospital of temporarily occupied Sevastopol. This was stated by the representation of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea.
"Open sources report that hospitals in Sevastopol are overflowing with wounded Russian military personnel," the summary says.
It is noted that the Cargo 300 invaders are placed in the corridors of the hospital and even the canteen. Medical personnel, accordingly, there is also not enough there.
At the same time, the Russian occupiers in Crimea feel the approach of the Ukrainian armed forces more and more every day. They were greatly panicked by the special operation of the Ukrainian Main Directorate of Intelligence and Navy with the landing of Ukrainian soldiers near Mayak on Cape Tarkhankut on August 24, as well as the repeated landing of Ukrainian troops in Novoozerne.
The invaders once again had to cope with a fire near the Starokrymsk firing range and a "bavovna" near Olenivka. In addition, last week the Russian Armed Forces military also had to deal with the destruction of their S-400 Triumf surface-to-air missile system, explosions in Perevalne, Razdolne, Yevpatoria and near the base of the 126th Guards Brigade of the Black Sea Fleet, as well as an attack by dozens of drones. All these incidents added to the troops of the aggressor country losses.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, earlier the Russians brought to the occupied part of Zaporizhzhya "touring" doctors. Medics from the Russian hinterland settled in the homes of Ukrainians.