3 Syrians evacuated to hospitals in northern Israel

September 27, 2013 13:41


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Two Syrians injured in the fighting in Syria were evacuated on Friday to Ziv Medical Center in Safed, Israel Radio reported.

The evacuees aged 17 and 23 were suffering from shrapnel injuries. 

Ziv hospital had treated 107 Syrians since the beginning of fighting there around two and a half years ago and 19 patients from the conflict were still admitted to the hospital on Friday, according to the report.

A third individual from the fighting in Syria was evacuated on Friday to the Western Galilee Hospital in Nahariya in moderate to serious condition.

The hospital in Nahariya had treated 89 individuals from the Syrian conflict and 11 were hospitalized there on Friday.

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