In St. Petersburg, a nurse was suspected of beating a 98-year-old siege woman

MOSCOW, 5 March – RIA Novosti. A nurse in St. Petersburg is suspected of beating and threatening to kill a 98-year-old resident of besieged Leningrad, being drunk, according to the website of the RF IC. … “threat of murder,” the message says.

According to the investigation, on February 27, relatives of a 98-year-old resident who survived the blockade of Leningrad entered into an agreement with the suspect to provide nursing services. The next day, after drinking, she provoked a conflict, during which, threatening to kill, beat the pensioner, not giving her the opportunity to call on the phone asking for help.

Hearing screams, neighbors came to the apartment and called the police. The pensioner was sent to the hospital, where she is in a satisfactory condition.

At present, all the circumstances of the incident are being established, the question of the measure of suppression of the suspect and the presentation of charges against her will be resolved. Veteran of the Great Patriotic War Aleksandra Levchenko was left homeless in her old age. She was fraudulently deprived of her apartment and the woman was sheltered by a taxi driver.

The blockade woman who suffered from the beatings in St. Petersburg is planned to be discharged from the hospital on Saturday, a representative of the medical institution told RIA Novosti.

“The patient was taken to the hospital in a moderate severity. She was diagnosed with a slight closed craniocerebral injury, hematomas and abrasions all over the body. Today the woman's health is normal. Tomorrow she is planned to be discharged,” the source said.

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