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Netanya Woman Struck By Electric Bicycle Suffers Severe Head Trauma, Rescued by First Responders

A middle-aged woman was walking on the sidewalk on Monday morning when she was hit by an electric bicycle rider on Ben Tzvi Sreet in Netanya. Worried relatives called United Hatzalah’s Dispatch and Command Center who immediately alerted nearby EMTs … 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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IFCJ and United Hatzalah Inaugurate Israel’s First Fleet of Emergency Electric Bicycles

The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews in partnership with United Hatzalah has inaugurated the first emergency electric bicycle unit of its kind, which will enable more than 200 volunteer EMTs and paramedics to respond to medical emergencies in less … Continue reading

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Saving A Young Car Accident Victim

At around 5:00 p.m. on Sunday evening, a 7-year-old boy was hit by a passing car on HaRav Kook street in Hadera. He had unexpectedly run out into the street in between two cars and was hit by the passing … Continue reading

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Two Yechiels On Bicycles Save The Life Of a Man In A Cafe Next To Machane Yehuda Market

On Sunday evening, at around 6:00 p.m., in a cafe on Chaim Valero street in Jerusalem, a 67-year-old man suffered a cardiac arrest.  Yechiel Gurfein, a United Hatzalah of Israel volunteer EMT and photographer from Jerusalem, immediately received the notification … Continue reading

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Jerusalem Seniors Sponsor Life-Saving e-Bike

When rockets are falling and Jews are under attack, some people feel helpless and despondent. Not the residents of Beit Tovei Ha’ir retirement community in Jerusalem. Since the first rockets were launched from Gaza, the Tehilim group met daily, but … Continue reading

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Enriching Lives By Saving Lives

On Tuesday afternoon, just before 4:00 p.m. a man in his early 60s was walking down Jaffa Street in Jerusalem and had just passed the Davidka Square when he suddenly began to feel ill and collapsed. Worried passersby called emergency … Continue reading

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Getting A New Chance At Life, Just Before Pesach

On Thursday morning, just after 9:00 a.m., a man in his 70s was eating breakfast at his home on Herzl Street in Rosh Ha’ayin when he suddenly choked on a piece of orange. His caretaker saw what had happened and … Continue reading

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EMTs Perform Successful CPR on Sunday After Responding To An Entirely Different Medical Emergency

On Sunday evening just after 7:00 p.m., a car accident took place in Ashdod, on Ha’Atzmaut Street. Two cars impacted one another and a bystander called emergency services. United Hatzalah volunteer EMT and electric bicycle rider Tal Mor was at … Continue reading

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Meeting My Future Wife After Saving a Life

Shlomo Toledano, is a volunteer EMT and emergency electric bicycle rider with United Hatzalah who hails from the city of Ashdod.     Shlomo has been searching for his soul mate and was excited about meeting a prospective young lady recently that … Continue reading

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