Baby orphaned in car crash needs Mother's milk

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March 28, 2007 18:49

 
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The three-month-old baby girl who was left an orphan along with her seven siblings when their parents from the Kiryat Arba area were killed on a road accident is allergic to formula and needs donated mother's milk. The eldest girl, 15-year-old Gittit bat Simcha, remains in serious condition. in critical condition. Friends of the family are looking for women who can donate pumped and frozen breast milk. For more information, call (02) 996-0613.

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