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Israeli killed, 10 Hassidim injured in car crash in Ukraine

CM 09/09/2021


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A car crash in Ukraine has left one Israeli man, a 45-year-old father of ten from Bet Shemesh, dead, according to Hatzalah, and 10 Hassidim injured and in stable condition, according to N12. 
The crash occurred on a road leading to the airport in the early hours of Thursday morning. 
“The accident involved a rented minibus and a bus 70 KM from Uman,” said Hatzollah EMT Aharon Ben Harush.

“With the help of other EMTs and the Uman medical center team, we did CPR at the scene on one of the passengers, who was critically injured, but unfortunately, at the end of the CPR efforts, we called his death at the scene. We also gave initial assistance to four lightly injured men from the minibus and then they were taken to hospitals in Kyiv.”
“According to the passengers, they were on their way back from Uman to the airport in Kyiv for their flight back from Ukraine,” said another EMT, Ben-Zion Karahan. 

 Hatzollah at the scene of the car crash outside Uman that killed 1 Hassid and injured 10 (credit: Hatzollah Spokesperson) Hatzollah at the scene of the car crash outside Uman that killed 1 Hassid and injured 10 (credit: Hatzollah Spokesperson)

An outline was formulated this year to allow Hassidim to travel to Uman as safely as possible in the midst of COVID-19. Some 30,000 travelled to Uman, but thousands are struggling to get their COVID test results that will allow them to return to the country.
This is a developing story. 

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