Her name was Liza: details about the 2-year-old girl killed by the Russians have emerged
On the evening of June 3, Russian troops struck residential houses in the Podgorodnenskaya territorial community in Dnipropetrovsk region. A Russian missile killed two-year-old Liza Prikhodko: rescuers found the child's body under the rubble of the house around 3 a.m.
The girl's mother was hospitalized with severe injuries, she is now in intensive care, doctors are fighting for the woman's life. The head of the Dnipropetrovsk regional civil-military administration Sergei Lysak told details.
"Her name was Lisa. She was only two years old. A cheerful and lively girl. Together with her mother she was at home when Russian scum hit the yard of the house with a rocket. Both ended up under the rubble. It's hard to imagine how the girl's father felt when he rushed home from work and saw the scene. He screamed furiously. Immediately he rushed to help the rescuers. First they got his wife out from under the ruins and took her to the intensive care unit. Their daughter was found around 3 a.m. They took out the breathless body of the baby," he said.
In Pidgorodne territorial community the name of the child killed by Russian invaders was called and a photo of an innocent victim of Russian aggression was shown. They urged those not indifferent to help save the girl's mother, now struggling for life.
"The official card of the victims of the rocket hit! We call to support the family of Vladislav and Natalia Prikhodko! They lost their most precious possession - little daughter Lisa. The wife is in hospital fighting for life. The house is completely destroyed! ⠀ Card for support:5168 7456 0836 9 Prikhodko Natalia Viktorovna," the message reads.
At the scene of another crime by Russians in Dnipropetrovsk region arrived the leadership of the region and Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk.
"The elimination of the consequences continues there. All services are working. Deployed humanitarian missions charitable organizations. Along with people, local authorities. They accept appeals from residents of the affected houses," Lysak told about the situation on June 4.
"For every innocent child killed, for every broken home. For all that has been done, the aggressor will be hated for generation after generation. We will not forgive!" - he added.
Recall, the day before the occupiers struck a house in Dnipropetrovsk region, 22 people were injured: five of them children.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky responded to another crime. He assured: "The Russians will be held accountable for everything they have done."