MOSCOW, February 8 (The Moscow News) - A man was frozen to death after being put in a morgue’s freezer alive due to doctors’ negligence, a psychiatrist said.
Doctors discovered the unconscious body of a 57-year-old man in his apartment in the Pskov Region on February 4 and sent him to the morgue after pronouncing him dead, where he was immediately put in a freezer, Mikhail Vinogradov, the head of the Center for Legal and Psychological Assistance in Extreme Situations, said.
Continue reading in The Moscow News.
Add to blog
You may place this material on your blog by copying the link.
Image Galleries: North Pole: Living on the Top of the World
Infographics: Powerful Ship-Borne Laser System
Cartoons: Polar Explorer Day
The current contract portfolio of Russian arms exporters is worth about $46 billion. Annual exports total $15 billion, and this will ensure uninterrupted deliveries for the next three years, even in the worst-case scenario. The list of the main buyers of Russian weapons is unlikely to change drastically.