Tag Archives: Jerusalem

Father And Son Duo Rescue Family From Jerusalem Fire

In the Jerusalem neighborhood of Har Homa, on Saturday night just before 9:00 P.M., an apartment building caught fire, causing residents to immediately alert emergency services. David Even, a United Hatzalah volunteer EMT, received an alert on his communications device … Continue reading

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After Being Rescued Three Times, Jerusalem Man Becomes EMT To Give Back and Save Others

The life of David Sfedge life changed forever eight years ago when he was hit by a car while walking on a crosswalk. Within minutes of the accident, United Hatzalah volunteers arrived at the scene and began to bandage David … Continue reading

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175 Runners Race To Save Lives in Jerusalem Marathon

On Friday Morning, 175 people ran in support of United Hatzalah in the Jerusalem Marathon. The runners, ranging in age from 1 to 89 years old, have raised over $120,000 in support of the community-based EMS organization ahead of the … Continue reading

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Four People Injured in Building Fire in Jerusalem

Four people suffered injuries related to smoke inhalation due to a fire that broke out on Hamefaked Street in Jerusalem on Tuesday afternoon. The fire occurred in a storage unit in the basement of a building and broke through the … Continue reading

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After Losing His Brother-In-Law, Jerusalem Man Vowed To Save Lives

On Monday morning, a man in his early 30s collapsed from an overdose in his home on Ayala Street in Jerusalem. Worried family members call medical services for help. Shimon Uzan, a United Hatzalah EMT volunteer, was just on his … Continue reading

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Report from eyewitnesses to the synagogue shooting and City of David shooting in Jerusalem

Jerusalem synagogue shooting: ————————————- On Friday night at 8:16 P.M., United Hatzalah’s Command and Dispatch Center received reports of several injuries following a shooting incident that took place on Neve Yaakov street in Jerusalem at the entrance to a local … Continue reading

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United Hatzalah Ambulance Driver Injured in Palestinian Rock Throwing-Attack Treated By Muslim Volunteer From East Jerusalem

United Hatzalah volunteer EMT and ambulance driver Rachel Chuna was injured on Thursday morning when Arab terrorists threw rocks at vehicles on a highway outside of the Arab village of Tuqu’ in Gush Etzion. Rachel was driving a United Hatzalah … Continue reading

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Rabbi Suffers Cardiac Incident During Prayers in Shul, Saved By Congregant EMT

On Shabbat morning in the neighborhood of Neve Yaakov, a rabbi at one of the local shuls suffered a cardiac incident and collapsed on the floor. The incident took place just after the Torah reading had concluded. One of the … Continue reading

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Muslim EMT Who Saved Jewish Child From Choking Recognized by Mayor of Jerusalem 

Several weeks ago, United Hatzalah volunteer EMT Rania Abu Shaba’an stopped at the Azrieli Mall in Modi’in to have lunch with her daughter. While walking to the food court, she heard a woman screaming for help. Rania ran towards the … Continue reading

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On the First Anniversary of His Murder, Ambucycle Donated In Memory of Oleh, IDF Veteran and Western Wall Guide Killed In a Terror Attack

In a moving ceremony in Jerusalem’s Old City on Sunday morning, a commemorative plaque was unveiled and a new emergency medical service vehicle was dedicated in memory of Eliyahu (Eli) Dovid Kay, who was killed exactly one year ago in … Continue reading

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