The resident of yekaterinburg broke to himself fingers, having caught the little girl flying from the 8th floor

Posted by elijahosborne 12/31/2018 05:48pm
The Resident Of Yekaterinburg Broke To Himself Fingers, Having Caught The Little Girl Flying From The 8Th Floor ARTICLE

It is possible to call the 58-year-old resident of Yekaterinburg Alexander Prodovikov the real hero though the man refuses this rank. It managed to save life to the four-year-old girl Varya whom managed to fall from the 8th floor. While the baby's cry was distributed, it walked in the yard with a dog.

The resident of Yekaterinburg broke to himself fingers, having caught the little girl flying from the 8th floor

Here is what Alexander himself: "Look, she caught hold of the flower garden on the balcony and shouts. Two guys from the next house were walking by, I called them, and we stood under the balconies."

As a result of a hand of the girl did not sustain, fingers were unclenched, and it departed down. On the way it managed to be hooked for something on the fifth floor, but for a long time she was not late — there were not enough forces.

The resident of Yekaterinburg broke to himself fingers, having caught the little girl flying from the 8th floor

"I stretched out my right hand, and it fell on her, then rolled onto her chest and onto the ground. At the same time, I broke all my fingers on my right hand, now I walk in plaster," the Savior says.

After the ambulance arrived, and the girl was urgently hospitalized. According to the Deputy chief doctor for surgery Igor Ogarkov, now the life of Varya is not in danger. She got off with a fracture of the right shoulder, a bruise of the lumbar region and a craniocerebral trauma.

"In couple of days we will be able already to allow to go home it" — the doctor noted.

At the same time Alexander Prodovikov who saved the child refuses any honors and does not wait for an award. Admits modestly: "I am an ordinary man, 58 years, made that I have to, nothing is necessary to me".

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