Indigenous Ukrainian Missionaries Killed in Tragic Car Accident

Petro-compressedUkraine (Mission Network News) Christian Aid Mission and the indigenous ministries they support are grieving the loss of two missionaries in eastern Ukraine.

“On March 21st, some native missionaries with a ministry in Ukraine were killed in a car accident,” Christian Aid’s Amie Cotton says. “It was three gentlemen. And their car hit a patch of ice and crashed into a crane near the roadside.”

Two of the men were killed. One flew out the window and suffered critical injuries.

Petro, one of the men who lost his life, was a husband and father of five Pavlo also left behind his wife and two children. Both men were in their thirties.

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