Shaare Zedek: No threat to life of J'lem stabbing victim

March 15, 2012 13:36


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The 19-year-old female soldier who was stabbed on the Jerusalem light rail is in moderate condition, and there is no threat to her life, head of the trauma department at Shaare Zedek Hospital Dr. Ofer Marin said Thursday.

She arrived at the Jerusalem hospital conscious, and she is now in intensive care, the doctor said. She has not undergone surgery, though she is anesthetized.

The soldier, who was stabbed by an Arab youth at the Pisgat Ze'ev station, underwent a CT scan before doctors determined her current condition.

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