Setyembre 19, 2021 – Lumabas sa Ynet News na dalawang tao ang namatay nang bumangga ang kanilang kotse sa pader ng isang underground parking sa Holon City, Israel.
Namatay sa mismong pinangyarihan ng aksidente ang driver na 77-anyos na babae. Naisugod kaagad sa paggamutan ang isang 45-anyos na Pinay nurse pero binawian din ng buhay.
Nakaligtas naman ang isang 80-anyos na lalaki na katabi ng driver at isang 40-anyos na babae na nakaupo sa backset ng kotse.
Nasa baba ang English Translation ng Hebrew News at ang source link ng balita.
Patnubay Notes: Aming dasal at pakikiramay para sa pamilya ni kabayan. Ipaparating natin ang nakakalungkot balita na ito sa DFA, DOLE Manila, at sa Embassy at POLO natin sa Israel.
Holon, Israel: Two killed in a car collision with the wall of an underground parking lot
Sivan Hilai , Roy Rubenstein |16:51
A driver in her 70s was killed in an accident that occurred near a medical center on Naomi Shemer Street. A caregiver who was with her in the vehicle was fatally injured and her death was determined at the hospital. Another passenger, about 80 years old, was moderately injured.
Two women were killed at noon (Sunday) in a self-inflicted car accident in an underground parking lot at the Clalit Health Fund’s consulting medical center on Naomi Shemer Street in Holon. MDA medics and paramedics who were called to the scene were forced to determine the death of a driver who collided with a wall, a 77-year-old woman, and evacuated a 45-year-old Filipino nurse who was fatally wounded and later died of her wounds.
Paramedics Daniel Giat and Nathan Ross from MDA who arrived at the scene on motorcycles said that “we arrived at the entrance to the parking lot and saw the vehicle collide with a wall with severe injuries to part of the front. The driver of the vehicle was unconscious, with no pulse and no breathing. We rescued her from the vehicle and performed advanced resuscitation operations but the injury was critical and in the end we were forced to determine her death.
An 80-year-old man was rescued from the seat next to the driver and a 40-year-old woman was rescued from the back seat. We provided them with primary medical care in the field and evacuated them for further treatment at the hospital when their condition was moderate and difficult. During the evacuation to the hospital, the injured woman’s condition deteriorated and we performed resuscitation operations on her. “The police said that an investigation had been opened to clarify the circumstances of the accident.