An Israeli about 60 years old lost consciousness on the bus leaving the city of Oman – when he was on his way back to Israel via Warsaw in Poland • Ihud Hatzla man: “We are working with the help of businessmen in WrestleMania to fly his body to Israel”
An Israeli about 60 years old lost consciousness this evening (Tuesday, Rosh Hashanah), on a bus leaving the city of Oman in Ukraine.
He is on his way back to Israel, through the airport in Warsaw, Poland.
The rescue forces and an intensive care unit of the Rescue Union were called to the scene and immediately started resuscitation operations, but unfortunately the attempts were unsuccessful and all that was left was to determine his death.
Mathes Shapira, head of the Uman Rescue Union branch: “We arrived at the scene with ambulances and the intensive care team of the Uman Rescue Union, and with the help of a doctor from the Uman clinic, we performed prolonged CPR on him in an attempt to save his life. Unfortunately, he was pronounced dead at the scene, at the end of the resuscitation efforts.”
Aharon Ben Harosh, deputy head of the Ihud Hatzla branch in Uman, reported from the scene: “This is an unfortunate incident after the Rosh Hashanah events in Uman. Now we are working with the help of businessmen in Breslav to fly his body to Israel.”
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