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KIEV, April 10. /ITAR-TASS/. A total of 150 law enforcers (including four killed) received gunshot wounds during mass protest acts in Ukraine, Chief of the Ukrainian Interior Medical Service Oleg Petrash said at a meeting of a provisional parliamentary commission that investigates crimes committed during mass protest acts in Ukraine.
"The wounded servicemen were treated at the Central Clinical Hospital, the Hospital of the Defense Ministry, the hospital of the Kiev Head Interior department and Clinical hospital number 6," Petrash said.
"An investigation has not been carried out. No material evidence has been collected; the bullets removed from the dead bodies were either left at the hospitals or kept by the relatives of the dead; some bullets were lost altogether," Petrash said.