Woman Crushed in Yerushalayim Bus Accident July 9, 2012  1:39 pm

yerushalayim-accidentA woman was crushed between two buses that collided in central Yerushalayim this evening, reports Arutz Sheva. ZAKA rescue workers raced to the scene, where they gave the woman first aid after firefighters extracted her from between the buses.

She was reported to be conscious and in critical condition due to severe injuries sustained in the collision. She was subsequently raced to the hospital.

Paramedics also treated the two bus drivers for injury at the scene.

Zaka paramedic Ohad Shaked told Arutz Sheva, “When we got to the scene we saw a woman who had been crushed between the bus. For reasons that remain unknown, one of the buses backed into a number of other buses.”

“The woman was trapped until the arrival of firefighters, whose heroic efforts and resourcefulness managed to extract her alive. She sustained several serious injuries and was evacuated to the hospital,” Shaken said.

“We also treated other casualties whose condition was assessed a slightly injured, including two bus drivers,” he added.

Read the full report at ARUTZ SHEVA.

{Matzav.com Israel}

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5 Responses to Woman Crushed in Yerushalayim Bus Accident

1 .Comment from daven

July 9, 2012 at 2:14 pm
whats the name for davening?

2 .Comment from Yankiv

July 9, 2012 at 6:39 pm
Are those Charedi Hatzolo workers? And they say we don't do national service, they won't accept Hatolo or ZAKA as national service.

3 .Comment from to comment #1

July 9, 2012 at 7:24 pm
I respect you,what do you walk out with how can i help this yid? YASHER KOACH!! MAY YOU LIVE TILL 120!!AMEN!

4 .Comment from Anonymous

July 9, 2012 at 7:24 pm
couldn't think of a more sensitive headline???

5 .Comment from Ramon

July 9, 2012 at 11:57 pm
This is, without any doubt whatever, a portent and a sign from the Ebeshter. What is He telling us?


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