Dehydrated soldier who passed out at check point now in light condition

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September 9, 2009 17:21

 
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Several hours after an IDF soldier was hospitalized in serious condition after apparently dehydrating at a security checkpoint in the West Bank on Wednesday, doctors managed to stabilize his condition and listed him as lightly injured. The soldier, who was standing at a roadblock east of Jenin in the Jordan Valley, passed out and was airlifted to the Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer. The IDF will set up an inquiry commission to examine the incident.

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