Grandparents reunited with child rescued from Mumbai Chabad House

A relative of a child rescued from the attack on the Mumbai Chabad House said Friday that the child's grandparents had arrived to take custody of him. His parents' fate remains unknown. Yitzhak Dovid Grossman said Shimon and Yehudit Rosenberg have arrived in Mumbai and have been reunited with their two-year-old grandson Moshe. The child was saved by a woman who works at the Chabad House run by his parents, Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg. The center was targeted in the Mumbai assault and his parents remain trapped inside with other hostages. Speaking to Army Radio on Friday, Grossman said there was "an eruption of emotion" when the grandparents met their grandson. But he said they soon resumed "worrying about what is happening with Rivki and her husband."