Jordanians assist in rescue of Israeli woman hurt in desert

Jordanians assist in res

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October 11, 2009 18:55

 
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A 48-year-old Israeli tourist who fell and suffered an open fracture of her ankle in Wadi Ram northeast of Aqaba in Jordan was rescued Sunday by a local helicopter and transferred by ambulance to a Magen David Adom mobile treatment center. The Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem and the Jordanians cooperated in a seamless effort to get the woman to Eilat's Yosephthal hospital, MDA said.

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