Azerbaijani serviceman injured in mine blast

An Azerbaijani soldier has been wounded after a mine blast yesterday (2 January).

A report by the Ministry of Defence has reported that Yusif Einiyev was blown up by a mine in the Kalbakar region, as a result of which he sustained injuries.

A later report by the Prosecutor-General's Office added that Einiyev was taken to a military medical institution, where he was diagnosed with “explosive trauma and a traumatic amputation of the lower third of the left leg”.

The incident is under investigation in the Kalbajar military prosecutor's office.

source: commonspace.eu and agencies
photo: An Azerbaijani landmine warning sign; Trend           

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