There was no defibrillator in the ambulance, which arrived on a call in Kharkiv, and 29-year-old Iraqi citizen died in this connection.
This was announced by the head of the Kharkiv Regional State Administration Oleksiy Kucher.
The incident occurred at the Metalist stadium. The official admitted that the situation in the Center for Emergency Medical Care and Disaster Medicine “has reached a dead end”. According to him, information about the problems in the organization had been received earlier, but “the death of a foreign citizen, who would have had a better chance to survive if the ambulance had the necessary equipment, was the last straw”.
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