Doctors: Baby hurt in Kassam attack out of danger

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February 5, 2006 19:48

Osher Amar, the seven-month-old baby boy living in Karmiya in the western Negev who was injured Friday in a Kassam rocket attack, is in moderate condition and out of danger Sunday night. Soroka University Medical Center reported that he no longer needed intensive care and would be moved to the pediatric surgery department. The infant suffered fractures to his skull and the bone around his eye, as well as a minor hemorrhage, but hospital sources said he would not suffer permanent damage. They could not predict yet when he would be discharged.


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