Russian President Vladimir Putin. (Photograph: Sasha Mordovets/Getty Photos)
“Take the chest man,” barked volunteer US nurse Jennifer Mullee as shells exploded near the Donetsk entrance line, triaging wounded Ukrainian troopers earlier than taking time to relay a private warning to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Mullee labored as an emergency nurse in a hospital in Los Angeles till Could, when she arrived within the jap area that has been mired in battle for a lot of the 10-month conflict following an attraction from President Volodymyr Zelensky.
As a member of the Pirogov First Volunteer Cell Hospital, she’s been serving to to save lots of Ukrainian lives there ever since.
“I miss my (two) daughters, however they perceive and consider within the battle of what is going on on right here in Ukraine and totally assist me and know that I am doing necessary work,” she informed Reuters contained in the ambulance transporting the now stabilised soldier to hospital.
Deployed twice as a nurse and physician in Afghanistan, Mullee comes from a navy household.
None of her relations have been wounded on lively service, she says, a stark distinction to the “horrible destruction, and dying, and accidents” she now experiences day by day, and for which she lays the blame squarely on the Russian chief’s door.
“I pray that he’s dropped at justice for these …horrible atrocities,” she stated.
“However I am assured that if he doesn’t discover justice on this life, he will probably be held accountable in his afterlife as a result of Jesus is pissed off at him and he is coming for you, Putin, he is coming.”