Day after stabbing attack, border policeman in stable condition

The 20-year-old border policeman who was stabbed on Sunday in a terror attack at Damascus Gate in Jerusalem was reported to be in in stable condition and out of immediate danger on Monday.
When the wounded guard, named Raz, arrived to the trauma center at Jerusalem’s Shaare Zedek Medical Center on Sunday, he had no heartbeat. The stab wounds he suffered on both sides of the chest caused heavy bleeding and halted his heartbeat.
He underwent surgery to repair the injury in the trauma center and is in the intensive care department, attached to a respirator and under anesthesia, the hospital reported.
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