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  תשרי 5, 5774 , 09/09/13

2 Syrian Brothers Brought to Tzfat Hospital

Two brothers, aged 12 and 15, were brought, Sunday night to Ziv (Sieff) Hospital in the central Galilee city of Tzfat from Syria, where they were wounded by a land mine. The older brother's wounds were listed as moderate to serious and he was rushed into emergency to save his foot as a result of his ankle having been crushed in addition to the shrapnel wounds. The younger brother's shrapnel wounds, broken bones and bruises were described as moderate.

The hospital has now treated 90 patients from Syria's civil war.

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