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 Two Ukrainian soldiers remain in critical condition, doctors hope to save their lives, - Dnipropetrovsk Mechnikov Hospital chief physician

Two anto-terrorist operation (ATO) fighters, hospitalized on Feb. 10, remain in Dnipro hospital in grave condition.

Chief physician of Dnipropetrovsk Regional Mechnikov Hospital Serhii Ryzhenko told 112 Ukraine, Censor.NET reports.

He commented on the state of two ATO fighters who were hospitalized on Feb. 10 with mine explosion wounds.

"Unfortunately, the resuscitation unit is packed with wounded soldiers, two remaining in critical condition. Mine blast injuries to the head and limbs. They have been operated but remain in critical condition. They have lost a lot of blood and doctors are fighting for their lives. One is in a coma, another one came round. We hope to save them," the chief doctor said.

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As reported, Mechnikov Hospital in Dnipro is one of the regional hospitals closest to the front line that regularly takes a large number of wounded soldiers.
   
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