We were left behind, people with disabilities and older people were left to take care for themselves. Every movement my body responds with pain and legs are losing senses - these are consequences of the wound.
Then a big missile got into our house, everything from the walls flew about at me. My disabled son was in the kitchen, I shouted to him: "I’m wounded!"
I crawled on my knees to the room and lay until the morning. And where could I go if they shot around and the hospital did not work?
They saved me, but dozens of fragments remained in my body. Treatment is necessary, but the money is not enough for medication and food.
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