Serhiy is 24, and he’s stoked about working in an ambulance. When the battles for Mariupol started, the guy had so much work to do that he had no time to sleep.
Within 22 days, Serhiy and his colleagues saw tons of blood. They were always looking danger in the face. They witnessed the most dramatic scenes of the siege. This story is about people who didn’t lose their dignity and sense of duty even when the fear consumed everything human faster than the fire flames.
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