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Nizhegorodets died in Turkey because of the slowness of the Ministry of Health



The man had a heart attack.




23.Dec.15 11:02 AM
By Andrey Shulga
Photo Toinnov.com

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Nizhegorodets died in Turkey because of the slowness of the Ministry of Health
December 21 it became known that in Antalya, a tourist died from Nizhny Novgorod. On vacation in Turkey, 60-year-old Yuri Karpov suffered a heart attack. This daughter of the deceased told reporters Natalia Polubareva.

According to her, in the autumn of 2015 her father went to rest in Turkey. October 18 the man had a heart attack. He was hospitalized in a hospital in the city of Antalya. There he stayed for about 2 months, until his death.

Natalia Polubareva believes that the blame for the death of her father, Russian officials, in particular the representatives of the Ministry of Health. Because of the red tape in this patient department of Nizhny Novgorod we were not able to withdraw from Turkey.

Documents for the "evacuation" of Yuri Karpov were transferred to sign only 14 of December. What did the representatives of the Ministry of Health for almost 2 months, it remains a mystery.

According to the unhappy woman, she knows what her father died. Turki was not informed. However, Natalia Polubareva not blame their relative's death, because they gave him all the help and even had surgery. The treatment was paid for by employers of the deceased - a group of "GAZ".

Complaints from women are only the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation. She believes that her father died precisely because of the slowness of the agency.

When the body of Yuri Karpov return to their homeland is still unknown. Checking into the death of a Russian Prosecutor General's Office conducts.



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