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The heroic emigrant from Grimsby decided to stay and help Ukraine repel the Russian invasion


The emigrant, who moved to Ukraine six years ago, now produces gasoline bombs and fires cannons to hold back Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Ashley Poole of Grimsby emigrated to Ukraine to join their military, where he served for four years. Now the 29-year-old has changed his position, helping to fight off Russian soldiers, defending the country he moved to.

While he was standing with his fiancé’s family, Ashley was trapped when Russian soldiers advanced into Odessa, Ukraine.

His fiancé’s family has finally managed to cross the border into Moldova and is now heading to a refugee camp in Romania, despite a safe route, Ashley has decided to stay and fight for Ukraine.

The heroic emigrant from Grimsby decided to stay and help Ukraine repel the Russian invasion

The hero soldier is one of many 18-60-year-old men asked to stay and protect the country from Putin’s brutal invasion, and women and children are fleeing Ukraine to neighboring countries.

His courage made his family very proud, just as they worried about his safety, This was reported by Grimsby Live.

His mother, 58-year-old Sharon Poole, said: “He originally came to Ukraine six years ago to help the military during conflicts with Russia continue for a long time.

“When we found out about the invasion, it was a really scary moment. Ashley called us this morning to say that the Russians had started bombing Ukraine.

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“Originally we were going to go to him but didn’t know what to do. Ashley and his fiancé Khan traveled throughout Europe and stayed in Odessa to be with Khan’s family when the war broke out.

“After we were told what was happening, things went downhill. We talked to him to get out, but he wasn’t sure he could.

“Eventually, Khan and her family made their way across the border to Moldova and went to a refugee camp in Romania.

“However, Ashley decided to stay because he wanted to help civilians.

“He told us he couldn’t live with himself if he left without helping them.”

While in Ukraine as a result of the invasion, Ashley is constantly thinking about her mother.

Sharon Poole at Center4 in Nanstorp, where they gather for Ukraine
Sharon Poole at Center4 in Nanstorp, where they gather for Ukraine

Sharon said: “He is currently in Khan’s family home, which was stumbled upon by Ukrainian police looking for Russian spies.

“He said the house was turned upside down and he and a friend had to put it up for many years.

“I am very proud of them, but I did not stop worrying, so I started helping with the collection at Center 4. It was bitter for me at that moment.

“I can not say that I am completely surprised by Ashley’s decision – to help people in his blood. He receives such an award for it. He is currently helping people load and fire weapons, make Molotov cocktails and build bombs.

“I know he wants to help them, but we asked him to come home, but he wants to stay and help.”

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