Thursday morning (Oct. 29) brought with it good news for those concerned about the victims of Arab terror attacks this week who are hospitalized in Jerusalem.
Doctors at Shaare Zedek Medical Center are reporting improvement in the condition of victims who arrived Wednesday Oct. 28 after an Arab terror attack in Gush Etzion.
The surgery to remove a knife embedded in a victim’s spinal cord was successful; the patient remains hospitalized in the intensive care unit but is not sedated and is not on a respirator.
The condition of four wounded soldiers has also improved, all of whom are hospitalized at Shaare Zedek as well. All are making good progress, doctors said.
Gilad, the wounded soldier from Beit Anoun, has regained consciousness and has begun to communicate with loved ones and slowly become aware of his surroundings.