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Ukrainian falls asleep on inflatable bouncer, ends up in occupied Crimea
17:33, 8 August 2017
Ukrainian falls asleep on inflatable bouncer, ends up in occupied Crimea

Resident of Kherson region got carried away in the high seas by strong stream; he spent three days on board, suffering from dehydration

17:33, 8 August 2017

Black Sea, off the coast
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A Ukrainian citizen fell asleep on his inflatable bouncer in Kherson region; a strong flow took him off the Ukrainian coast and carried to the seashore of the Russian-occupied Crimea. The Border Guard of Russia’s Federal Security Service, FSB, reported that on Tuesday as quoted by RIA Novosti news agency.

The citizen, Mykhailo Doroshenko, born in 1998, worked as a security guard in a resort area in Lazurne village, Kherson region. Doroshenko spent three days in the open sea – in extreme heat, without any food or water; he was badly undernourished and dehydrated, the Russian law enforcers said.

The man was taken to the central hospital in Chornomorske village, Crimea; he was diagnosed with heat stroke.  

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