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Lost in the forest in the Leningrad region eight-year-old boy found

Eight-year-old boy, who searched the woods in the Vyborg district of the Leningrad region, found, threats to his life and health are no reports the press service of the interior Ministry for St. Petersburg and Leningrad region.

On Wednesday the police received a report that about three o'clock in the afternoon near the village of Tsvelodubovo lost an eight year old child. According to the grandmother, the boy ran away from her while picking berries and mushrooms. To search for the child was attracted by the police, emergency services and volunteers.

In the Leningrad region looking for a missing eight-year-old boy

Police, emergency services and volunteers are searching for eight-year-old boy who went missing in a forest in the Leningrad region, reports a press-service gumvd of Russia across St.-Petersburg and Leningrad region.

The message about the missing child was reported around 19:00 the police of the Vyborg district of Leningrad region.

In Leningrad region will test the doctors failed to help the child

. The doctors from the hospital in the Leningrad region, which sent the boy with an eye injury to wait for an ambulance, check, reported the healthcare Committee of the Leningrad region.

"The hospital in Pervomaisk the Vyborg district only accepts patients with COVID-19. But the fact that they did not render medical assistance to a boy with an eye injury that was brought up by there parents... We understand what happened," - told RIA Novosti in the press service of the healthcare Committee of the Leningrad region.

In the Vyborg district of the Leningrad region localized wildfires

Natural fire in the Vyborg district of the Leningrad region is localized, the press service of the Western military district.

The fire occurred as a result of ignition of dry grass on the territory of Morozov forestry.

The head of the PEC in St. Petersburg will test the aptitude after a failed joke

The Saint-Petersburg electoral Commission has charged the Chairman of the PEC 398 Kira Rakcheeva on professional suitability, after journalist Anna Neva at a polling station of the Vyborg district offered to vote for her parents, reports a press-service of the municipal electoral Committee.

"The Saint-Petersburg electoral Commission considers absolutely unacceptable any action that may cast a shadow on the credibility of the results of nationwide voting. Suggestions citizen to commit the offense and a willingness to bend legal rules himself - at least, negligent attitude to work. The Saint-Petersburg electoral Commission is grateful to Anna Neva for disclosing this situation. As for Kira Vladimirovna Rakcheyeva, the TEC 22 is instructed to consider the question of her professional competence", - said in the message.