Director of the Dzhanelidze Research Institute of Emergency Medicine Vadim Manukovsky spoke about the condition of a resident of St. Petersburg, who received a kick in the stomach from a security officer during an unauthorized action that took place in the city on January 23. His words are quoted by the publication “Rise” in its Telegram-channel.
According to Manukovsky, the Russian woman was diagnosed with a minor injury. “She is conscious, feels great, I would have discharged her at all,” he explained.
At the same time, the Baza edition in its Telegram-channel reported that the 54-year-old victim received a serious head injury and is currently in intensive care. According to the newspaper, the woman’s condition worsened overnight, she is unconscious.
In the St. Petersburg headquarters of the Ministry of Internal Affairs “Rise” explainedthat the identity of the police officer who hit the woman has not yet been established. “This is not a short distance swim in a pool. Checks are not carried out overnight, ”the press service of the department said.
Earlier it was reported that the St. Petersburg Prosecutor’s Office organized checks on the facts of violations committed during the conduct of unauthorized actions. In particular, the supervisory authority will check the information that an OMON officer in Vosstaniya Square kicked an elderly woman in the stomach. Later, the injured were taken to the Emergency Research Institute.