Without regaining consciousness, a nurse from Lysichansk lost both of her legs in a stretching incident.
In Lviv, a 23-year-old lady married her lover recently.
Let us investigate the story of our heroine, who lost both legs but did not lose her passion for life.
Victor surrounds Oksana in his arms during the first wedding dance, holding her in his arms. Everybody in the room is crying, along with the guys.
On March 27, Oksana, a nurse at a hospital for children in Lisichansk, was walking home with her lover when the route became mined. “I’ve known about this road for quite some time. “My partner and a buddy stopped, and I noticed a shell in the ground and wanted to warn them, so I shouted: “Zai, see” and showed it to him, and he was looking, and I soared up,” Oksana recounts.
“She was so powerful that she didn’t pass out right away; she coordinated everything we did.” I was perplexed and shocked. “Oksana yelled for an ambulance,” Victor recalls.
The man lifted the woman in his arms and brought her to the ambulance to expedite the process. “I wished I could cry, but I couldn’t.” “There was shock and misunderstanding, as well as the fear of losing a loved one with whom I had been together for 6 years,” the man explained.
The man lifted the woman in his arms and brought her to the ambulance to expedite the process. “I wished I could cry, but I couldn’t.” “There was shock and confusion, as well as the fear of losing a loved one with whom I had been together for six years,” the man explained.
Oksana was first brought to the Lisichansk hospital, where she underwent four procedures. Her legs were amputated, and 4 of her left hand’s fingers were severed. She was evacuated to the Dnieper several days later.
Oksana confesses that it was difficult. “I told them I couldn’t live like this since I have two children.” I don’t want to be labeled as unwell, and it’s frightening to be a burden on my family, but with their help, I was able to reconcile. “They accepted me and restored my passion for life,” Oksana says.
Then our heroine embarked on a rigorous recovery program. She practiced for hours every day and filmed the sessions in order to inspire other needy people. Oksana’s determination astounded the physicians. The treatment is still in progress. “The wounds are still healing, and we will be able to resume rehabilitation and prostheses in the near future,” the surgeon stated.
Oksana and her spouse will travel to Germany for rehabilitation in the coming days. “He is my assistance and support. “Perhaps it’s because of him that I’m really positive about life and that I can live,” the nurse says.
Oksana’s spouse tells her that God does not put us through situations that we cannot endure.
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