A young man seriously wounded by Ľubomír Harman in the Devínska Nová Ves shooting at the end of August is now in the care of doctors in Ostrava in the Czech Republic, the SITA newswire wrote.
"He is fully stabilised and is now hospitalised at a standard unit of our hospital," said Tomáš Oborný, spokesman for the Ostrava Faculty Hospital told SITA. The man from the Ostrava area who was working in Slovakia was shot in the pelvis and abdomen. He was hospitalised in Bratislava after the shooting.
After being kept in induced coma he was transported to the Czech hospital at the end of
September once his condition improved. Among all those who were shot he has spent the longest time in a hospital.
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26. Oct 2010 at 14:00