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HomeUKDuring the Ukraine conflict, a British volunteer medic was slain.

During the Ukraine conflict, a British volunteer medic was slain.

Lorna Mackintosh, Craig Mackintosh’s sister, stated that he died “in the line of duty” after traveling to Ukraine to assist with the war effort during the Russian invasion.

A British citizen was slain in Ukraine while serving as a volunteer medic.

Lorna, Craig Mackintosh’s sister, stated that he had died “in the line of duty.”

She announced on a GoFundMe page created to bring his remains home that he was slain in Ukraine on August 24.

During the ukraine conflict, a british volunteer medic was slain.
During the ukraine conflict, a british volunteer medic was slain.

Please assist us in bringing this war hero home, wrote Ms. Mackintosh.

“Our brother courageously chose to serve as a medic in this war-torn country.

“In the line of duty, while assisting others, he perished. This selfless man is today stranded in a Ukrainian morgue with no way to return home.”

She estimated that it would cost approximately £4,000 to return his body to the United Kingdom.

During the ukraine conflict, a british volunteer medic was slain.

“According to a provider of international funeral services, it will cost approximately £4,000 to bring his body back to the United Kingdom.

“He sacrificed his life to save others, and he must return home to get the proper honors. A hero’s funeral was attended by his family and friends. Please assist in bringing our hero home.”

As of Wednesday evening, GoFundMe has raised £4,590, exceeding its goal.

An FCDO spokesperson told the PA news agency, “We are assisting the family of a British guy who passed away in Ukraine and are in communication with local authorities.”


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