Watch: Jewish worshipers save family from burning car outside London synagogue

A visitor from Israel, identified as a veteran of the Israeli army, and a London resident pulled an elderly man and a baby from a burning vehicle.

By JTA
April 24, 2014 07:34
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Synagogue worshipers in London save family from burning car. (photo credit: JPUPDATES)

 
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Two men worshiping at a synagogue in London pulled members of a family from a burning car.

Moses Kupermann of London and a visitor from Israel, identified as a veteran of the Israeli army, pulled an elderly man and a baby, who was in a car seat, from the vehicle after it burst into flames outside a synagogue in Tottenham on Sunday night, the Daily Mail reported.

Two other passengers escaped before an explosion destroyed the car.

“I did what I had to do. I’d definitely do it again,” Kupermann told the British website Jewishnews.co.uk.

A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police told the Daily Mail that there were “no suspicious circumstances” surrounding the fire in northern London.




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