The family of the actress had an accident. Anna Azarov hopes for professional medical help. Her son Dmitri, in an absurd accident can now remain permanently disabled.
She was promised a great future, but the star series “Dear Masha Berezina” and the movie “election Day,” the 36-year-old Anna Azarov decided to devote himself to the family. More than 10 years she is happy in a civil marriage with a marketer Pavel Basdinim, the couple has four children – eight-year-old twins Dmitry and Grigory, a four year old Alexander and the little Mary, she just turned a year. Sometimes Anna can be seen on the big screen – the actress appears in the episodes films. Occasionally goes out with her husband and children at social events. But no more.
In December 2016, the husband of Anna shared with “StarHit” the success of sons and daughters, talked about plans for the wedding, the couple was very good… But last week, as the bombshell – in the family Azarova happened a great misfortune. Their son Dmitri, in an absurd accident can now remain permanently disabled.
“We were at the cottage in the suburbs, – has shared with “StarHit” Paul Bassin. The kids were playing in the yard, and at some point, Dima slipped, fell on a saw-a hacksaw and a badly damaged eye. He was dreadfully frightened, even pain is not felt”.
First surgery child have already done in the Morozov children’s city clinical hospital, where the parents brought their son in an hour after the incident.
“Dima took the eyeball, but the lens had to be removed. Badly damaged iris, – continues the spouse Azarova. – Eye condition, according to doctors, is extremely difficult. Of course, Anya in shock, this is a terrible ordeal for the whole family. Now decide on a treatment plan, consult, consider several options for both our and foreign clinics specializing in ophthalmology. I hope that the vision of the son will be able to save, the chances we are given. The main thing is not to waste time. Help your friends to our troubles joined, even complete strangers, doctors, specialists of different levels. We will listen to anyone who is willing to give advice, to guide, to suggest options for treatment and rehabilitation. I hope for a miracle.”