Tag Archives: Ambulance

Treating An Injured Motorcyclist Amid A Field Transfer

On Sunday night at around 11:00 p.m., a 35-year-old motorcyclist was racing along the dimly lit streets in the northern town of Jadeidi-Makr. All of a sudden, he lost control of the vehicle, crashed, and flew off of it, sustaining … Continue reading

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Arab Man Shot in Tamra, Rescued By First Responders

On Wednesday night at around 9:30 p.m., a 45-year-old man was in the soccer field in Tamra, an Arab city in the lower Galilee, when he was shot by an armed gunman. He sustained serious injuries having been shot five … Continue reading

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Givat Shmuel Man Suffers Cardiac Arrest Mid-Workout, Saved By Fellow Gym Members

On Sunday morning just after 6:00 a.m. a man who was exercising in a gym HaZetitim Street in Givat Shmuel suddenly collapsed in the middle of his workout. A personal trainer from the gym who saw what had happened ran … Continue reading

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Small Acts Can Make A Big Difference

On Monday at around 2:30 p.m., a 60-year-old man sitting on a chair in a subterranean parking garage in Tel Aviv suddenly lost consciousness and keeled over. To the horror of the surrounding people, the man was completely unresponsive. They … Continue reading

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Man Collapses on Shabbat Morning In Pisgat Ze’ev, Wakes Up on Shavuot, Thanks To Quick Acting EMTs

On Shabbat morning at approximately 11:00 a.m. a man in his late 40s suffered a sudden cardiac arrest and collapsed on the floor of his home in front of his wife and son on Shlomo Street in Pisgat Ze’ev. The … 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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Beginning Yom Yerushalayim With Saving A Life and Hallel

On Sunday morning just after 8:30 a.m., a worker in a school on Shalom Sharabi Street told one of his colleagues that he wasn’t feeling well. He sat down on a bench and keeled over. His fellow staff members, having … Continue reading

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The Best Reason To Get Out Of Bed in The Morning – Saving a Life

Just after 7:00 a.m. on Wednesday morning, a woman in her 50s with a complicated medical history was about to eat breakfast at her home in the Galilean city of Tur’an. Her sister was bringing her some food when the … Continue reading

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The Cherry on Top

On Sunday, a few minutes before midnight, a 77-year-old woman was found by her caretaker unconscious in her bed in Rishon LeTsiyon. The caretaker was distraught and frantically called the woman’s son to help her. As soon as he heard … Continue reading

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“Real Life Angels Exist”

By Dina Shoval Last Friday night was one of the most harrowing nights that I have ever experienced in my life. It began like any other regular Friday night, I was with my family, we made Kiddush, ate our meal, … Continue reading

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