24 troops still in hospital after Bint Jbail fight

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July 27, 2006 09:29

 
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Twenty four soldiers who were wounded Wednesday in Bint Jbail are still being treated at Rambam hospital in Haifa. Two were in serious condition but stable. The rest were primarily suffering from gunshot and shrapnel wounds, Army Radio reported. "Their condition is no longer life threatening, they have all undergone surgery. Some arrived in serious condition with lots of bleeding, but they were treated very well in the field and were treated very quickly at the hospital. The major bleeding has been stopped," head of the ER, Dr. Yaron Bar Lavi, explained.


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