Russians ‘turn maternity ward into military hospital’ due to overcrowding with wounded
In Luhansk Oblast, there are not enough places in hospitals for wounded invaders (Photo:The Command of Air Assault Troops of the Armed Forces of Ukraine)
Most of the hospitals in Luhansk Oblast have been turned into military clinics for wounded Russian soldiers, the region’s military administration reported on Telegram on Dec. 6.
"Most of the hospitals' beds of the so-called ‘LPR’ were repurposed to provide medical assistance for wounded Russian servicemen. The hospitals are overcrowded with soldiers," the message reads.
“LPR” refers to the “Luhansk People’s Republic,” a sham state let set up in Ukraine’s Luhansk Oblast by Russia during its initial invasion of Ukraine in 2014.
The Luhansk military administration wrote that hospitals in Luhansk Oblast had been forced to stop scheduled hospitalizations and were now unable to provide medical care to civilians.
"A military hospital was even set up at a maternity ward in Novopskov," the administration said.
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