Sirens and shrapnel wounds in Russia's missile strike on Kyiv children's hospital

Sirens and shrapnel wounds in Russia's missile strike on Kyiv children's hospital

When a missile hit Kyiv’s Ohmatdyt Children’s Hospital on Monday, Olena Magarevska threw herself over her son, Andriy, to protect him. The boy, who is nine and disabled because of a neurological condition, was recovering from surgery on the fifth-floor intensive care unit when air raid sirens sounded just before 10am. Hospital staff were unable to evacuate him to the shelter because of his medical needs, so he was moved to a dining area with sturdy walls for safety. Then …