Surgeons work by flashlight as Ukraine power grid battered


Russia's devastating strikes on Ukraine's energy infrastructure is causing massive strain on the country's health system, cancer surgeon, doctor Ole Judah, was in the middle of a complicated, dangerous surgery at a hospital in lviv, Ukraine when he heard explosions near by, moments later the lights went out, Judah had to carry on with only a headlamp for lights, three minutes later the lights came back after the hospital generator kicked in, do that hold the AP those fateful minutes could have cost the patient his life, Russia's air strikes have disrupted a healthcare system which has already suffered from years of corruption and mismanagement, as well as strain from the pandemic and 9 months of war. I am Karen Chammas

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