The clinic in Lakiya from which the woman injured by gunfire was evacuated (MDA Spokesperson's Office)
The death of a one-year-old toddler, who fell last Friday at home in Bnei Brak, was pronounced dead today (Monday) at Safra Children's Hospital in Sheba Tel Hashomer.
The toddler lost consciousness in Bnei Brak on Friday and was seriously injured after falling. MDA teams that arrived at the scene gave her medical treatment, performed CPR on her and evacuated her to Safra Hospital in Sheba Tel Hashomer.
Safra Children's Hospital (Photo: Niv Aharonson)
The toddler arrived at the hospital, where she was transferred to the pediatric intensive care unit in serious condition, anesthetized and on a ventilator. The hospital said that despite the efforts of medical staff in recent days, she was pronounced dead today. The hospital said it shares the family's grief.
Hatzalah Chairman Asher Shlomovich and paramedics Shmuel Rotenberg and Dudi Glick recounted the day the toddler was injured. "When we arrived at the scene, an unconscious one-year-old toddler was brought to us without a pulse or breathing," they said, "together with rescue and MDA paramedics we performed advanced resuscitation on her, which included administering life-saving drugs, and after her pulse returned, she was evacuated for further treatment in the trauma room at Sheba Hospital in Tel Hashomer."
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