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Newborn's body lies on floor of makeshift Mariupol morgue originally built for food storage

A three-week-old boy’s body was found on the ground of a basement Mariupol hospital.

The infant was wounded in artillery shelling. Doctors in southern Ukrainian port were unable to save him.

This body was found in one of the hospital’s basement floors, which were originally intended for food storage. It is now a morgue.

Valeriy Drengar, a doctor, stated that all other hospitals had been bombed, and that no one could get them. There are no emergency services. I don’t know what to do with my relatives. Is it in a mass grave “I don’t know.”

Image Dr Valeriy Drengar shines his phone light on the bodies of the hospital basement

Dr. Drengar stated that the district hospital would not accept any additional bodies because its morgue was at capacity.

He stated that the District 17 Hospital would not accept them. They are not accepted by emergency. They are only taken in by us. There is no place like it.”

The hospital is part of a series of medical buildings that were designed to serve as a general hospital. Russian troops have destroyed the other wards like the maternity ward.

It is now used as an emergency center, a maternity unit and a morgue.

Wednesday’s key updates:

* Reports on a ’15-point peace agreement being’seriously considered’ by Putin, who says he’s ready to talk

* Zelenskyy declares peace talks more realistic – European leaders take train ride to Kyiv in order to offer support

* Johnson meets controversial Saudi leader to end ‘addiction to Russian oil

* Fox News journalist and a cameraman from Ukraine are killed in the vicinity of Kyiv

* Over 122,000 Britons are now interested in the refugee program

To protect their fragile eyes from being broken by shelling, babies in the hospital are placed in cribs that have blankets over them.

Image Baby girls are protected from broken glass by using blankets while they sleep in cribs.

A nurse stated that everything fell on us, and she simply carried the children here.

She pointed to an incubator and said, “Look at this equipment.” It’s dead if it stops working.

Without heat, food or clean water, hundreds of thousands of civilians struggle to survive in the port blockade.

Officials from the city said that more than 28800 people escaped through humanitarian corridors on Tuesday.

Continue reading: Many flee Mariupol, the most evacuating city yet.

Thousands of cars were able to evacuate the city, even though Russian forces continued their bombardment.

According to the city council, in the encircled port of Mariupol, a Russian attack destroyed a theatre where hundreds of people had been sheltering. No immediate information was available on injuries or deaths.

A regional official stated that Russian troops also took control of the largest hospital in the city on Tuesday and held hundreds of people captive inside.


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