Yesterday at 4:15 pm, a Palestinian teenager stabbed two people in the crowded Rami Levy supermarket of Mishor Adumim, east of Jerusalem.
Both of the victims are men in their 50s and are in moderate condition, with one of them sustaining wounds to the head and shoulder and the other with upper body wounds.
The terrorist was shot and apprehended by an off duty security guard working for the Prime Minister’s Office.
Volunteers from United Hatzalah arrived on the scene within 90 seconds and treated the injured. United Hatzalah’s reliance on a network of volunteer medics and ambucycles enable the organization to arrive within seconds of an attack.
Watch the video below about United Hatzalah’s advanced first response system.
United Hatzalah volunteer Ariel Ben David told Breaking Israel News, “As I arrived to the scene I was immediately informed that several customers were injured next to the cashiers. I entered the store along with other volunteers to give first aid to the casualties. The two men were injured on their upper body and were fully conscious.
It is a miracle that there were no more injuries.”
The incident was the second terror attack in Judea and Samaria this week, following another Palestinian stabbing of a Jewish man at a bus stop in Gush Etzion on Monday.
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