Wife of slain rabbi regains consciousness following terror attack on Route 60

July 3, 2016 15:58


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Hadassah University Medical Center announced Sunday that the wife of Rabbi Michael "Miki" Mark regained consciousness and is stable condition following a deadly terrorist attack earlier in the week.

Havi Mark emerged from a medically induced coma after she and her husband were seriously wounded in a terrorist attack along Route 60 in the South Hebron Hills Friday evening in what authorities believe was perpetrated by a Palestinian gunmen. 

Rabbi Mark, 48, the father of 10 and the director-general of the Otniel Yeshiva, later died due to the severity of his wounds.

Two of the Mark's children also sustained wounds in the episode but were later released from medical care.

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