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Ambulance called in for nationalists' leader Dyomushkin in Moscow

May 07, 2012, 3:12 UTC+3
Dyomushkin, complaining of pain in the head, was escorted by police to a medical institution
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MOSCOW, May 7 (Itar-Tass) — An ambulance had to be called to a police station for nationalists' leader Dmitry Dyomushkin detained in Moscow, an official in the press service of the Interior Ministry's Main Directorate has told Itar-Tass.

Earlier, Lef Front leader Sergei Udaltsov, who complained of an ulcer aggravation, also demanded medical attention. Escorted by police, he was sent to a medical institution for an exact diagnosing of his condition.

"Dmitry Dyomushkin, one of the leaders of the nationalists, was brought to the Interior Ministry station "Danilovsky" for his unlawful actions in the area of the metro station Teatralnaya. Presently, he felt unwell and demanded that an ambulance be called in," the Main Directorate official said.

ectoartate Minsitry dDirectorte said.

A spokesman for the police said, "Mr. Dyomushkin, complaining of pain in the head, was escorted by police to a medical institution to have diagnosis specified".

 

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