'Not how I planned on bringing a child into the world'

35-year-old Netta Zucker gives birth to healthy baby boy after undergoing C-section and surviving terror attack, while husband treated for wounds.

September 26, 2010 23:41
Cute baby

cute baby 311. (photo credit: courtesy)

A nine-month pregnant Netta Zucker gave birth Sunday evening in Beersheba's Soroka Hospital after surviving a terror attack on Route 60 in the West Bank.

Hospital doctors performed a Cesaerean section on Zucker, 35, to deliver her baby before treating her light-to-moderate wounds from the shooting attack.

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The woman and her 35-year-old Sharon, who was also lightly wounded in the attack, are now the proud parents of a health baby boy.

First-time father Sharon Zucker recovering at Soroka Hospital said, "This was not how I planned on bringing a child into the world."

Police were searching the area of the shooting for the attackers and their vehicles at the time of this report.

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