The Russian said that he cleared the road himself because he could not get to the market near the house.
The Russian assured that snow removal for him is something like a gym / photo: page “Typical Novosibirsk” In VKontakte
In the city of Iskitim, Novosibirsk region, disabled people in wheelchairs had to clear the snow near the house on their own.
The photo of the men was published in the “Typical Novosibirsk” community “VKontakte”.
According to NGS Novosibirsk, one of the disabled people who was clearing the road of snow is Mykola Dadyko. He was confined to a wheelchair in 2010 due to a serious illness. The Russian said that he cleared the road himself because he could not get to the market near the house.
“A tractor passed, there was an eyebrow … I couldn’t move. But I’m an active person, I took a scraper – I have my own car, which I constantly clean. I went and cleaned, then I went about my business,” Dadyko explained.
He added that at that moment a woman was passing by in the car, who took a picture of him.
Dadiko added that clearing snow for him is something like a gym, sometimes he cleans the parking lot himself.
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