19-year-old Anna Kotova, who was seriously injured as a result of a Russian missile attack on a high-rise building in Dnipro, is collecting funds for prosthetics of a removed eye.

She announced this on Instagram.

The girl was refused free treatment and prosthetics for the removed eye in Poland.

She is currently in a hospital in Lviv.

"Soon, I will have a planned operation to remove glass fragments from my body, face and install a plate in my skull. Regarding eye prosthetics, doctors advise to go abroad to private clinics or to the Institute of Ophthalmology in Odesa, but to wait in line for a free operation at I don't have time, because there is a certain amount of time to install an artificial eye, which I'm losing now," Kotova said.

The girl asks all caring people to help her undergo treatment and rehabilitation.

"I really want to live as before, before the Russian missile hit my house," Anna concluded.

We will remind that on the day of the Russian attack on January 14, Anna Kotova celebrated her 19th birthday.

Anna herself comes from the Luhansk region.

During a massive missile attack on January 14, one of the Russian missiles hit a high-rise building in Dnipro.

As a result of the attack, 45 people died.

Among them are three children. 

Ukraine did not have time to recover from the heavy loss in the Dnipro, when the country was shaken by a new grief.

A helicopter crashed in Brovary near Kyiv.

A total of 14 people died, including one child.

Among the victims are the leadership of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine: Minister Denys Monastyrskyi, State Secretary Yuriy Lubkovich and First Deputy Minister Yevhen Yenin. 

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