1 soldier seriously hurt in Jerusalem attack improves slightly; others improving or discharged

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January 9, 2017 20:47

 
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Hadassah University Medical Center in Ein Kerem on Monday was treating four wounded in Sunday's terror attack in Jerusalem. A soldier who was said to be in serious condition stabilized and is in moderate condition and fully conscious, the hospital said.
A female soldier remains in intensive care and two addition ones with light injuries were still being treated.

Those hospitalized were visited by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Health Minister Ya’acov Litzman and Hadassah Medical Organization director-general Prof. Zeev Rotstein. Shaare Zedek Medical Center reported “some improvement” in the condition of a female soldier who remains in serious condition in intensive care, attached to a respirator and sedated. The other four taken to the hospital were lightly injured and released after treatment. In addition, 30 people who witnessed the incident and suffered panic attacks were also treated.




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