100 treated for Purim-related injuries in Bnei Brak

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 21, 2019 09:18
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About 100 people were treated by United Hatzalah ambulance teams, with the assistance of paramedics at the Rescue Union Bnei Brak branch during the evening of Purim.

Most of the injuries were related to explosions and falls in the street due to drunkenness, injuries from fights and other medical cases.

Effi Feldman, head of the United Hatzalah branch in Bnei Brak, said that "most of them were evacuated by United Hatzalah ambulances to continue receiving medical treatment at the Mayanei Hayeshua Medical Center, Beilinson Hospital or Sheba Medical Center.

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