A Passover Miracle: Lost diamond ring returned to owner

The diamond ring, Davidov explained, had great sentimental value to her.

April 5, 2017 13:21
A diamond ring

A diamond ring (illustrative). (photo credit: INGIMAGE)


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Drora Davidov, a Ramat Hasharon resident, experienced a Passover miracle on Monday.

After visiting a newspaper recycling bin in the city, she quickly realized her diamond ring was missing from her finger.

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"Of course I was distressed! I called the hotline manager at the municipality, Mr. Yehuda Katsav, and requested his help. He immediately enlisted his help"

Katsav and another employee, Itzik Cohen, were dispatched to the location where the ring was lost.

"Luckily Mr. Cohen found the diamond ring and saved me from great aggravation," Davidov said.

Davidov expressed immense gratitude to the Ramat Hasharon Municipality for their "exemplary behavior" and "outstanding service." She also wished everyone a happy holiday.
Israel kicks off Diamond Week in Ramat Gan in time for Valentine's Day (credit: REUTERS)

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