Poland welcomes disabled Ukrainian children escaping Russian invasion | USA TODAY

Disabled Ukrainian children evacuated from hospitals, arrive in Poland
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The 15 disabled Ukrainian children boarded a make-shift medical train where doctors, volunteers, and family members made sure they arrived safely to their new homes.

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    The Polish people know what it’s like to be invaded by Russia. It’s amazing how welcoming they are to the Ukrainian people. Truely heartwarmingπŸ’œ

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