Hospital: Improvement in condition of fourth Halamish stabbing victim

July 22, 2017 08:24
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Shaare Tzedek hospital reported on Saturday morning that the condition of the fourth victim of Friday night's deadly stabbing attack in Halamish had improved.

The hospitalized woman, approximately 60-years-old, underwent surgery overnight and her condition was now considered serious but "good." 

Three Israelis were killed and one seriously wounded in the stabbing attack in the West Bank settlement of Halamish, otherwise known as Neve Tsuf.

The Israel Defense Forces reported that a Palestinian assailant infiltrated a private home and stabbed four Israeli citizens.

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