Our hearts are with the victims of the Jerusalem bus explosion and their families, as we hope for peace in the region.

Prof. Avi Rivkind, Head of the Division of Emergency Medicine at Hadassah Hospital, and his staff are treating victims. He describes the injuries as “consistent with previous terror attacks, including the use of metal pieces in an apparent bomb.”

Eight wounded bomb victims are being treated at Hadassah Hospital Ein Kerem. They include one 28-year-old woman in serious condition, three in moderate condition (a 25-year-old man, a 40-year-old man, and a 30-year-old woman), and four lightly wounded (all in their 40s).

See http://www.timesofisrael.com/several-injured-in-bus-blaze-in-jerusalem/


Update on the status of the bomblng victims at Hadassah Ein Kerem, April 19, 2016

Rachel Dadon is interviewed by the media
Rachel Dadon is interviewed by the media

At Hadassah Ein Kerem, there are 4 terror survivors, 3 in the ICU, in moderate to serious condition, ventilated and sedated. One is in plastic surgery in moderate condition, and fully conscious.

Rachel Dadon, who was lightly injured in yesterday’s attack, was interviewed outside the intensive care unit about the moment of the explosion and the evacuation to Hadassah together with her daughter Eden who was moderately to seriously injured.