After being rescued from a cistern from a water cistern in the area of Mount Hemed, Boaz Azulay's parents decided to donate his horns • "That's what he would like us to do"
17-year-old Boaz Azulay's parents from Kedumim, who drowned to death last night in a cistern, decided to donate his corneas. "That's what Boaz would like us to do," explained Naomi and Ido's parents. Today at 1:30 pm, his funeral will be held in the cemetery in the locality.
Rescue forces are searching for the missing boy in Kedumim area
Kedumim embraces the boy's family, who was rescued from a cistern from a water cistern in the area of Mount Hamad, to which he and two of his friends arrived. These were saved from drowning and taken out of the pit while suffering from hypothermia, one in mild condition and the other in moderation. The two are hospitalized at Meir Hospital in Kfar Saba. "We thank the many emergency and rescue teams that worked to rescue the boys," Kadumim council said.
Azoulay, a student of the "Makor Haim" yeshiva in Gush Etzion and the eldest son of his family, was due to move into the eleventh grade next school year. He was a beloved guide in Bnei Akiva. "
Meir Medical Center: "The two boys who were rushed to the center are admitted to the pediatric ward for care and treatment, and do not pose a danger to their lives."
Dr. Ehud Rosenblum, director of children's screening at Meir Hospital: "The two boys came to us in a hypothermia, one in a mild condition and the other in moderation."
Last night, after the boys were rescued, Yehezkel Rochem and Sharia Milecki, paramedics at the "Rescue Union", said: "After a long rescue of fire stations from the Samaria Fire and Rescue Station, flames of the flame unit, and the Samaria-Baka rescue unit unfortunately, the body of the boy was recovered. Yes, at the beginning of the event, we provided initial assistance to a middle-aged boy and a light-hearted boy who was rescued from the pit by Kadima Kadumim.
MDA paramedic Karin Moskowitz: "When we arrived, two boys about 15 were rescued from us. They were conscious. One suffered from hypothermia and his condition was moderate and the other in mild condition. We gave them life-saving medical treatment that included body heat and medication and urgently cleared them for continued hospital care. The two told us they were staying in the water for a long time. "
Yaron Doron participated in the preparation of the news