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MDA, Hatzalah and ZAKA first responders pooled resources to act as quickly as possible at the site of Sunday’s attack.
The group hopes to raise enough for 40 new MDA ambulances annually.
Army medics provide life-saving treatment in emergency situations in isolated desert area.
People suffered injuries in degrees varying from light to severe as a result of wounds, burns, dehydration and other medical problems.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Hanukka also keeps Magen David Adom busy, as every year its medics have to treat victims of burns from hot oil, fires and inhaling of foreign objects, including tiny spinning tops.
Magen David Adom's new app boasts of advanced features such as geolocation, live videos of medical scenes and text message communication with medics.
By DANIELLE ZIRI
“With all blood transfusions stored in an underground space, the facility will ensure that they remain unharmed even when the building is under a massive barrage of missiles."
Together, they will reduce the number of accidental deaths in the Beduin community and provide immediate medical help for those who need it.
The donation is the largest-ever grant to MDA.
MDA said it regards “with great seriousness the phenomenon of sexual harassment and is acting with determination in every case when a complaint is received.
“I hope the MDA app will work, because it can save lives,” United Hatzalah founder and president Eli Beer said.
The stations in Shaked and Shavei Shomron were in danger of being closed.
Injuries are typical surrounding the preparations for the Jewish holiday of Succot
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