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US Hatzalah to start using Magen David Adom's emergency AI dispatch software

Using AI, the technology, which instantly locates and dispatches the nearest first responders and ambulances to a medical emergency, was showcased at the Hatzalah Expo in New Jersey.

A Magen David Adom emergency vehicle responds to murder call on July 30, 2013.

Bus driver, two others wounded in separate violent incidents

A bus driver was slightly injured in the West Bank after attackers threw stones at him and two people were wounded in a violent incident in Kiryat Yam.

Teen Tamar Aharon critically injured by bullet, circumstances unclear

After undergoing emergency surgery, Tamar has been stabilized and is currently hospitalized in Hadassah Ein Kerem's children's intensive care unit. She is breathing on her own.

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68-year-old woman stabbed to death in Herzliya, husband arrested

The woman's husband, 70, was arrested on suspicion of committing the murder.

 Eli Bin, the CEO of MDA

Magen David Adom: A vision of dedication, determination to save lives

"MDA was established by a group of volunteers 92 years ago. Volunteers play an essential role, not only in the organization, but also in shaping the face of Israeli society as a whole."

By RAHEL NEHAMA-ABADI
25/09/2022

45-year-old man stabbed to death in Kiryat Ata

Police forces who were called to the scene began collecting findings from the area and in a short time managed to arrest a suspect.

Terror Israel

15-year-old shot, seriously injured in Kfar Rama

The police began collecting evidence and opened an investigation into the shooting.

By Walla!
21/09/2022

Israeli toddler who was locked in car for hours pronounced dead

MDA medics evacuated her to the Soroka hospital while performing CPR on her, where her death was later determined.

Woman pronounced dead after car hit pedestrians in Tel Aviv

Police forces are en route to the scene and the circumstances of the accident are currently being investigated.

Magen David Adom to visit Highland Park, offer terror response training

The training, known as “First 7 Minutes training,” aims to teach faith organizations how to remain safe amid the chaos of a violent incident – especially before help arrives.

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