Ofra terror victim's condition improves, newborn critical

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
December 12, 2018 07:44
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The condition of victim of the terror attack at a bus stop in Ofra Shira Ish-ran's, who was critically injured and gave birth to a baby born prematurely, has improved on Wednesday.

Shira and her husband Amichai were among seven people injured as they stood at a bus stop and hitchhiking post on the major West Bank Route 60 artery, on the last night of the Hanukkah holiday.

The newborn is still in critical condition.

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