United Hatzala, saving lives in Uman

Jewish tourists to the Ukrainian city of Uman, where Rebbe Nachman of Breslov is buried, receive medical aid from Hatzala.

December 24, 2017 10:05
United Hatzala, saving lives in Uman

Hazala worker helping an injured person in Ukraine . (photo credit: HATZALAH UNITED)


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The Ukrainian winter is not always easy and Jewish visitors to the burial grounds of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov, who is buried in Uman Ukraine, sometimes injure themselves due to the slippery ice and snow or have difficulty breathing the cold air.

The Hatzala teams advise tourists coming from Israel to dress warm and use extra precaution as to avoid slipping on the ice and snow. 

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