Ivan Krasko will be transferred to a normal ward after surgery 12:17

92-year-old People’s Artist of Russia, Ivan Krasko, who was taken to the intensive care unit as a result of a stroke, was successfully operated. It has been reported DEA News referring to the actor’s son.

His son stated that on July 14, Krasko should be transferred to a normal ward.

Ivan Krasko is known for his roles in the films “Flying Hussars Fleet”, “Mr. Decorator” and “Afghan Break”.

On July 13, Telegram channel 112, Krasko’s St. He reported that he was taken to the intensive care unit of a hospital in St. Petersburg. The next director of the artist is Vyacheslav Smorodinov approvedThe star is in the clinic.

According to the Mash Telegram channel, Krasko hit The substance of the right parietal lobe of the brain and doctors put an unfavorable prognosis. The artist was diagnosed with a severe paralysis.

In 2023, Krasko was already hospitalized. From January 6 to January 19, he was hospitalized with a confirmed stroke suspicion.

Previously in Sovremennik answered to reports that actress Marina Neelova was hospitalized.



Source: Gazeta

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