58 Israelis injured since 10 a.m. on Saturday

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
May 5, 2019 02:16
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Between 10 a.m. Saturday and 1:30 a.m Sunday, Magen David Adom treated 58 people for injuries, including 3 injured from rocket fragments, 10 injured while running for shelter and 45 suffering from anxiety.

The 3 people injured from rocket fragments include an 80 year-old woman from the Kiryat Gat area who is in serious condition, a 45 year-old man from the northern Negev who is in fair condition and a 50 year-old man from the Ashkelon area who is in moderate condition.

The 10 people injured while running for shelter are in fair condition.

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