Four days and in “paradise”: the mobilized Russian died at the training camp before being sent to Ukraine

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Alexander Koltun from the city of Bratsk wanted to go to war in Ukraine. He died in the training unit, and his mother listens to stories from the military commissars about a heart attack and drinking low-quality alcohol.

son died in a conscript camp. The woman described the story in the Russian social network Odnoklassniki.

Koltun died 4 days after being in the training unit for conscripts in the Novosibirsk region. The woman says that her son volunteered completely sober on September 28, and died on October 2 at the age of 35.

In part, they assured that the guy had a heart attack. According to Zausaeva, he never had heart problems and was not registered.

“The last time I called was on October 2 at 4:30. We cannot take the body away, the authorities do not assist us, we have been sitting in ignorance for 3 days,” she said.

Zausaeva urges others to think carefully before sending their sons for mobilization

“There are many dead in different cities, who have not yet begun service. Then it will be too late,” the woman warned.

Alexander Koltun, who died, kept 6 children

In a comment to the Bratchane Telegram channel, Elena Zausaeva added that her son was sent to a unit with 313 other mobilized.

‚ÄúSome people are trying to convince me over the phone that he died from low-quality alcohol. Now they are talking about heart failure. The fact is that my son never abused alcohol. He went to Ukraine absolutely consciously, voluntarily, of his own free will. called from the training unit and said that it was a complete mess, no one was watching the mobilized, everyone was doing what they wanted,” she said.

The man kept 6 children in Bratsk, he lived with a woman who has four children from another marriage. Now all the children are left virtually without a father, the mother says. The city authorities promise to help deliver the body to Bratsk and organize a funeral.

“It is especially painful to hear talk that the son is to blame. The deceased is the easiest to blame. We gave him into the hands of the army in the hope that they would take care of him … Where did low-quality alcohol come from? Will there be an investigation into this incident? I hope for an objective approach,” Zausaeva notes.

The military commissariat of Bratsk confirmed the death of the mobilized Alexander Koltun at the training camp at the Novosibirsk Higher Military Command School. According to the military, he “died in his sleep”.

The death of Russians in the camps for the mobilized

It is worth noting that the case of Alexander Koltun is not the first in Russian units. In the Tyumen region and in the Novosibirsk Higher Military Command School, two mobilized at the recruiting station died. One of the men “died in his sleep”.

In addition, on October 4, it became known about the death of a mobilized citizen of Krasnoyarsk Dmitry V. in the military unit of Omsk. His wife says that he was a patriot and went to the “special operation” with desire .

A 41-year-old man died of a heart attack while studying at a training ground in Penza. He left behind a daughter.

Focus also wrote that in the village of Poroshino, Sverdlovsk Region, three conscripts died at the Yelan training center. The causes of death are a heart attack, suicide and an overdose of alcohol.

In Omsk, the mobilized man really wanted to go to the war in Ukraine, but also did not make it. The man was threatened with reprisals after conflicts with other mobilized, he could be killed.