God saved me and thanks to Him I am alive, Dinko Valev told “Telegraph”.
The refugee hunter, as the people’s favorite is known, was injured during a dangerous operation to pull a tanker in Devnya.
“They gave me only a 20% chance of survival and 80% of fatality.” It was very difficult for me. But I am a man of faith. Thanks to God, I’m alive,” Dinko explained.
Before that, he released a short video on social networks of how he had already left the hospital and had a haircut. It’s clear he’s still on the mend, but things are moving in a positive direction.
Dinko snapped: “I will not remain disabled! I don’t know who wrote this. Why do they want people to be sad, to have bad things happen to them, eh? I am healthy! Yes, I’ve had a few ups and downs in my life this past week, but I’m a strong person and I’ll make it! If it was someone else in my place, he would have left. Many people supported me, helped me, but I will not mention names. Thank you sincerely!”.
Last week, the famous refugee hunter was injured during an operation to remove a broken-down tanker in the Devnya area. Then he was taken to the “St. Anna” in Varna, where he entered a shock room. Then he was transferred by helicopter to “Pirogov” in Sofia.
Dinko Valev is recovering quickly and is already feeling well.