Girl wounded in terrorist attack near Hadera on Sunday in critical condition

October 12, 2015 07:59


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The young girl wounded in Sunday evening's stabbing attack to the north of Hadera  was still in critical condition on Monday according to reports by Sheba Medical Center.

The girl was transferred to Sheba Medical Center from Hillel Yaffe Medical Center to undergo surgery. The girl was reported to be under heavy sedation and on a ventilator.

Magen David Adom paramedics at the scene told reporters they found a woman, 19, with a multisystemic injury, lying on the side of the road after an Arab-Israeli assailant hit the girl with his car and stabbed three other victims.

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