In Sevastopol, an elderly woman left home in a dressing gown and slippers. And tragedy could happen…
Private security officers helped an 85-year-old local resident suffering from memory loss return home. The night before, an “Alarm” signal was received from the guarded museum historical and memorial complex “35th Coastal Battery” to the control panel of the duty unit of the Russian Guard. As it turned out, the alarm button was pressed by the museum guard, who noticed a stranger on the territory of the memorial complex, who was obviously dressed out of season — in a dressing gown and slippers.
The Rosguards offered the cold elderly woman to warm up in the interior of the official car and tried to ask the confused old woman, but she could not answer anything. However, her face seemed familiar to law enforcement officers. Comparing the signs of the pensioner with the information received from law enforcement agencies, the patrol officers found that this citizen was repeatedly wanted by her relatives. Having clarified personal data from earlier statements made by relatives, the employees of the Russian Guard handed over the woman suffering from memory loss to her son. He was already at the police station, trying to find his mother, who left home in an unknown direction.— reported the press service of the Main Directorate of the Russian Guard for the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol (Sevastopol).
Thanks to the prompt actions of law enforcement officers, unforeseen consequences were avoided. Now the life of a pensioner is out of danger.
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