Update on seriously injured IDF soldiers
Here's an update
on the two IDF soldiers who were seriously injured
when their jeep was hit by an anti-tank missile along the Gaza security fence on Saturday. This is from the first link.
Dr. Orly Weinstein, deputy director of Soroka hospital reports that
one of the IDF soldier’s injured in the anti-tank missile attack against
their jeep is still in very serious condition.
The hospital just finished operating on him for his head and eye
injuries. He’s more stable than he was when he was first brought in, but
he’s unconscious. His life is still in danger.
The second soldier that was brought to Soroka is now listed in
moderate condition, and Dr. Weinstein says the operation to remove the
shrapnel from his eyes was successful. He was moved to the ICU.
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Labels: Gaza security fence, IDF