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2021-08-29T18:09:47.744Z

Upon receiving the report of her drowning, many searches were conducted in the Beit Hillel area, at the end of which she was found in the water. MDA staff resuscitated her on the spot, and evacuated her while she was anesthetized and resuscitated to Ziv Hospital, where they were forced to determine her death. Since the beginning of the bathing season in March, 33 people have drowned.



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A 14-year-old woman drowned in Nahal Snir

Upon receiving the report of her drowning, many searches were conducted in the Beit Hillel area, at the end of which she was found in the water.

MDA staff resuscitated her on the spot, and evacuated her while she was anesthetized and resuscitated to Ziv Hospital, where they were forced to determine her death. Since the beginning of the bathing season in March, 33 people have drowned.

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Eli Ashkenazi

Sunday, 29 August 2021, 20:47 Updated: 21:07

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Ziv Hospital in Safed this evening (Sunday) determined the death of a 14-year-old girl, after she drowned in Nahal Snir near Beit Hillel.

Upon receiving the report of her drowning, extensive searches began in the area and she was found in the water.

MDA team then gave her medical treatment there, and performed resuscitation which managed to regain Girl pulse. The team cleared her when she was sedated and on a respirator at the hospital, where he eventually had to determine the death.



Medic senior MDA Zion Sa'adi stated that "When we got to the river "From Beit Hillel, we joined the rescue forces who located the unconscious girl in the water. They rescued her to the West Bank while performing basic resuscitation operations.

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Ziv Hospital in Safed (Photo: Flash 90, David Cohen)

Since the beginning of the bathing season in March, MDA teams have provided medical care to 203 people who drowned at bathing beaches, pools and various water reservoirs, of whom 33 died, and five were fatally injured.

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