Shaare Zedek Hospital: Glick in surgery in stable condition but life still at risk

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October 30, 2014 00:16

 
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Following the shooting of the shooting of Yehuda Glick in Jerusalem on Wednesday evening, Dr. Yonatan Halevy, director-general of Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerualem said that Glick was undergoing surgery for wounds in the chest and the stomach.

"His situation at this moment is stable but his life is still at risk," Halevy said. He added that Glick has lost a lot of blood and had been given many transfusions.

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