On Ukraine’s frontlines, Polish paramedic tends to wounded soldiers

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Reuters UK

By Agnieszka Pikulicka-Wilczewska WARSAW (Reuters) – Damian Duda, a Polish academic and media worker, was only 25 when he first went to Ukraine as a volunteer combat paramedic in 2014, work he describes as his “private crusade”. Almost 10 years on, when Russian bombs started falling over Ukrainian cities at the start of its invasion, he had built up a team of six people with experience on battlefields as far afield as Iraq and Syria. They had also started filming their medical missions driving out to the frontlines in Ukraine in a specially equipped vehicle, notching up tens of thousands of vi…

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