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Jeep Soldiers in Serious Condition – Undergoing Surgeries


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Two of  the four IDF soldiers injured in Saturday evening’s attack are currently being treated in  Soroka hospital in Be’er Sheva. The two less seriously injured soldiers are being treated at Barzilai Hospital in Ashkelon. They arrived at the hospital at 6 PM.

Dr. Miki Sharaf, head of Soroka Hospital reports that one of the soldiers is in very serious condition, two are in serious condition, and one is lightly inured.

The very seriously injured soldier has head injuries, as well as serious injuries to his eyes. He is undergoing operations that are expected to last through the night. They are currently trying to stabilize him.

One of the seriously injured soldier also has injuries to his eyes and shoulder. Both were injured by shrapnel from the strike.

It’s suspected that their jeep was hit by a Kornet anti-tank missile.

For inclusion in your prayers, the name of one of the injured soldiers is Yehuda Parsi Ben Chana.

 

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6 Responses to “Jeep Soldiers in Serious Condition – Undergoing Surgeries”

  1. Anonymous says:

    what happened to the 20 people that got injured by israel attack of this incident? why don't you mention those that were killed in this incident?

  2. If you read this publication, it was mentioned but cannot be confirmed.

  3. Lloyd Bergner says:

    G-D help Israel.
    Metzada lo tipol shaynit.

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