In the photo to the left is Diana. The girl's parents were killed on the Starobeshevo highway in Donetsk. In the photo on the right is Olesya Buiko.Her family came under fire while trying to leave the suburbs of Mariupol
Our volunteer from Ukraine Elena Pasyuk contacted the administration of the "City Hospital N3" in Kramatorsk. Elena found out that in June 2022 a girl named Diana, 4 years old (in the photo on the left) was admitted to the KNP "Municipal Hospital N3" in Kramotorsk. According to the documents found with her, supposedly her last name is Popkova. Diana only had her birth certificate with her, presumably that of her sister. She was brought from a hospital in the conflict zone. The doctors were able to find out that her parents had been killed on the Starobeshevo highway while leaving the area of Donetsk.
In the photo on the right is Olesya Buiko. Her family came under fire while trying to leave the suburbs of Mariupol. Her grandfather and her brother were killed on the spot. Olesya's mother was hospitalized in Kramotorsk with serious injuries. Olesya was lucky she escaped injury. A week later Olesya's mother died. Now the girl is an orphan. So far, doctors haven't been able to find relatives of Olesya and the girl lives in the children's ward of the hospital in Kramotorsk.
The administration of the Hospital N 3 in Kramatorsk is doing everything possible to speed up the process of restoring the documents and placing the girls in specialized institutions, but due to the active hostilities in the area, the formalities are delayed. In addition, Diana has still not recovered from the shrapnel and is being treated at the trauma unit of the hospital.
Until the girls find their new home, they need many things, including basic household needs. I appeal to all people who care on behalf of the administration of KNP City Hospital N3 (Kramatorsk, 17 Heroes of Ukraine Street) with a request to respond and help these girls! Any help you can give is welcome
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