Protester from Lviv region dies in Kyiv hospital
Resident of Lviv region Roman Senyk, who was injured on Hrushevskoho Street on January 22, has died in a Kyiv hospital, Lviv regional organization of the Svoboda All-Ukrainian Union reported.
"For several days doctors have been struggling to save his life, but his wounds were very grave. He had a serious injury to the lungs, underwent several operations, and one hand had to be amputated," MP and leader of Svoboda Lviv regional organization Iryna Sekh said.
Senyk was 45 years old. He lived in the town of Turka in Lviv region.
The healthcare department of Kyiv City State Administration has confirmed the report of the death of a participant in the mass rallies. They said the man was taken with a chest injury by a first aid team to the department of Kyiv city clinic No. 17 on January 22, 2014.
The authorities have already confirmed the death of three protesters.