On Friday, November 30, he died in Kharkov Oleg Peresad, a journalist and editor-in-chief of Kharkov newspapers newspaper.
This is announced on the Facebook page of the director of the Department of Information and Public Relations Kharkiv City Council, Yuri Sidorenko. According to preliminary information, the journalist became ill in the street where he fell and lost consciousness.
According to our Kharkov Kharkiv group, none of the passers-by called emergency help. Moreover, the dying man is robbed.
"Friendly" people, instead of calling for immediate help, the first thing … cleaned them clean (by phone, documents, money), "she wrote in the post.
The daughter of a journalist reported that death was a consequence of Ozoborka. Replant was found on the street as unknown and hospitalized but could not be saved.
Please note that the journalist will be 62 years old in the last 10 days. He left his wife and children.
Peresad is the founder of the first non-state radio station Radio-50 in Kharkiv, and was led by the local office of the Ukrainian National List Den.
After the death of Oleg Peresada, the headquarters of the National Police in Kharkiv region initiated a criminal complaint under Part 1 of Art. 115 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (premeditated murder).
In social networks, the sudden death of journalists caused a wave of anger. Users agree with their relatives: "Blessed Memory, Professional Man," "Awful," "Shocked, How?" "I'm so sorry."
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, recently in Kiev, a famous Ukrainian scientist, professor of the Department of English Philology and translation of the Kiev National Language University Ilko Vakulovich Korunets died. Along with teaching, Coruna was a member of the Association of Writers of Ukraine. He deals with literary translations and criticisms.