Man who set himself on fire has fourth-degree burns, in life-threatening condition

Man who set himself on fire has fourth-degree burns, in life-threatening condition


The man who set himself on fire outside Government House on Tuesday morning is in a life-threatening condition, with fourth-degree burns to his entire body and the prognosis is bad, the head of Zagreb's Clinical Hospital for Traumatology, Dinko Vidović, said, CE Report quotes HINA

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