Tag Archives: Ambucycle

Saving A Suspected Overdose Patient

On Friday morning at around 9:00 a.m., a 35-year-old man suddenly lost consciousness in his room in a hostel in Tel Aviv. Guests of the establishment called emergency services for help as the man was not responding to them, and … Continue reading

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Nahariya Man Collapses Mid-Exercise At A Local Gym

On Wednesday in Nahariya, at around 8:00 p.m., a 50-year-old man was performing his intense exercise regimen in a local gym when he suffered a sudden cardiac arrest and collapsed. His fellow gym mates stopped their respective workouts, rushed to … Continue reading

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A Thousand Little Shards

By Dvir Adani I arrive at the scene, turn off my siren, and cut the engine of my ambucycle.   The sight is a difficult one to look at. A young girl, lying on the asphalt helplessly. We do everything … Continue reading

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Right Before my Eyes

On Wednesday at around 10:00 p.m., a young man riding an electric scooter was involved in a crash with a car that took place at the busy intersection of Bnei Brith Boulevard and Palmach Street. The crash left the 19-year-old … Continue reading

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Taking a Break from Martial Arts to Save a Life

On Wednesday evening at around 7:30 p.m., a 68-year-old man lost consciousness in a Ramle synagogue during evening prayer services. The congregants stopped the prayers and called emergency services. One fellow tried performing CPR as they waited for help to … Continue reading

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A Mothers Day Miracle

On Sunday afternoon at around 12:30 in Herzliya, an 86-year-old woman lost consciousness in her bedroom. The woman had just finished eating lunch with her daughter and granddaughter and excused herself because she was feeling unwell. The granddaughter immediately called … Continue reading

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Being There For Others In Their Time of Need – The Story Of A Pesach Rescue

On Thursday night (Erev Shvi’i Shel Pesach), Rabbi Shalom Zohar was at synagogue in Kfar Saba in the middle of evening prayers, when his United Hatzalah comm device started buzzing. A man from the neighborhood had collapsed suddenly at his … Continue reading

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Mass Casualty Incident Training Drill

United Hatzalah took a lead role in a strategic mass casualty drill that took place last week. As an emergency medical response organization, our volunteers must prepare for the worst while we hope for the best. Several times a year, … Continue reading

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Passing EMTs Save Life Of Unconscious Man In Ramat Gan 

On Sunday evening at around 4:45 p.m., a 62-year-old man with a history of cardiological diseases, suffered a cardiac incident and lost consciousness while driving to the dialysis center on HaTa’as Street in Ramat Gan. A passerby at the scene … Continue reading

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EMTs Perform Successful CPR on Karmiel Woman

On Wednesday evening at around 8:00 p.m., United Hatzalah volunteers received an emergency alert informing of a 72-year-old woman suffering from shortness of breath and in need of immediate medical attention on Sha’ar HaGai street in Karmiel.  United Hatzalah volunteer … Continue reading

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