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World War II shell injures teenagers in Belgorod region


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Belgorod, April 8 – The governor of the region, Vyacheslav Gladkov, said that two teenagers were injured in the Belgorod region due to improper handling of a projectile found from the Great Patriotic War.
“In the village of Pokrovo-Mikhailovka, two teenagers of about 17 years old were cleaning garbage in the garden, and they found a rusty shell from the times of the Great Patriotic War. They decided to disassemble it, or rather, saw it. One of the men had a slight concussion, the second was less fortunate – he had shrapnel wounds in both legs and left arm.
The head of the region explained that the teenagers were taken to the regional children’s hospital in Belgorod.

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The governor stated that parents should pay special attention to children. “Because of children’s curiosity, trouble can happen to the child! Therefore, repeat to the children once again: you can’t pick up dangerous things, let alone disassemble them yourself!” he added.

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