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Hareidi Bus Bomb Driver: “I’m No Hero”

Michael Yoger: Hero Bus Driver

Michael Yoger: Hero Bus Driver
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Michael Yoger, the bus driver who evacuated his bus before the bomb exploded on it today said that he is not a hero.

Yoger, a Haredi Jew with 35 years as a driver, was driving a Dan bus #240 from Bnei Brak to Bat Yam, when a passenger said she saw a suspicious bag at the back of the bus.

Yoger asked the passengers if the large black bag with wires hanging out belonged to anyone, when no one said it did, he pulled the bus over and made everyone get out, saving the lives of everyone on his bus.

Yoger was the last person to evacuate the bus.

A police car arrived, and 10 minutes later the bomb blew up the bus, injuring the police sapper who was approaching the bus at the time.

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7 Responses to “Hareidi Bus Bomb Driver: “I’m No Hero””

  1. Sir I respectfully disagree with you – Today you earned a secure spot in Olam Haba~!

  2. WE SHOULD SAY TEFILAT HADERECH & THANK HASHEM for JEWS LIKE MICHAEL YAGER.

  3. Chana Feldman says:

    Kol Hakovod to Michael Yoger a true Jewish Hero

  4. Claudette Greenberg says:

    Kol Hakavod also to the person who alerted the hero driver! we cannot be too vigilant…

  5. Thank G-d he was quick to act – what a hero!

  6. Hans Polak says:

    Kol Hakovod, well done man!!!

  7. Basha Kline says:

    the Jews holding a banner condemning Israel supposed "apartheid" should hang their heads in shame at this latest assault – they should take note at the size of the balls of this Haredi Jew and compare notes to their shrunken and pathetic manhood.

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