Five ambulance teams work in Kyiv’s liberated suburbs
Today, a record number of PFVMH ambulances went to Kyiv’s liberated suburbs. The five teams worked in Irpin, Bucha, Hostomel, and Borodyanka.
The volunteer medics focused on palliative and bed-ridden patients – with cancer, after a stroke and amputations, and with sugar diabetes, polyarthritis, and Parkinson’s disease. There was also a 76-year woman who was taken to the Kyiv Oblast Clinical Hospital with botulism.
PFVMH provided locals with not only medical care but also humanitarian aid, such as medicines, food, water, diapers, etc.
In the villages of Lebedivka and Stari Petrivtsi, the PFVMH units continued to treat Ukrainian warriors for “peacetime” illnesses.