The PFVMH ambulance is the first seen in Borodyanka after the occupation
One of the PFVMH ambulances had to interrupt its circuit of bed-ridden patients in Bucha and go to Borodyanka at the request of the Foreign Ministry of France to provide medical, psychological, and humanitarian aid to two French citizens trapped in the settlement during the Russian occupation.
According to nurse Viktoria Kramarenko, Borodyanka residents assured the volunteer medical that their ambulance was the first one they have seen after the liberation from the occupants.
In Bucha, this team provided care to eight palliative patients. Two more teams engaged in the evacuation of civilians and hospitalization of patients at Kyiv’s health institutions.