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Grapevine: Family in the rubble

The voice that came out of the rubble was that of Maria Rachmilov, 86, who miraculously was only lightly injured.

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■ WHEN A rocket destroyed houses in Beersheba last Friday, Simon Yuntayb, 24, ran from ruin to ruin among his neighbors to check if anyone was hurt and needed help. Moving through the debris, he shouted out in Russian.

The voice that came out of the rubble was that of Maria Rachmilov, 86, who miraculously was only lightly injured. Rachmilov was taken to Soroka University Medical Center, where Yuntayb visited her two days later.



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