Ukrainian crisis: Kharkiv, rescue driver saves two people from the rubble of a house

Ukrainian crisis: on 2 March, the rescue driver of the 6th State Fire and Rescue Unit (the SES encompasses the various branches of rescue in Ukraine), Valery Nechay, who retired in 2017 but remained a driver in his unit, rescued two people from the rubble

Ukrainian rescue driver descends into rubble to save people submerged in collapse

“It happened that the only way to get people out from under the destroyed concrete slab was a small hole where a small man could climb.

Valery was able to climb under the slab and help his colleagues pull people out,” the regional rescue department said.

According to the SES, 10 people were rescued from the rubble after Russia’s morning attack on the Kharkiv national police department. Emergency search efforts continue.

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