TEHILLIM: Monsey Man In Critical Condition After Drowning

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Tehillim is needed for a man who was pulled out of a pool in Airmont Sunday night and is in critical condition.

The victim was reportedly in cardiac arrest and transported to Good Samaritan Hospital with CPR in progress by Hatzolah Paramedics.

Please say Tehillim for Alter Naftali Bentzion ben Mindel.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. It’s not called drowning if a person doesn’t die from it, and so far B”H this person hasn’t, and Hashem should help that he won’t.
    Can you please stop using the word drowning in cases like these?

  2. The World Health Organization in 2005 defined drowning as “the process of experiencing respiratory impairment from submersion/immersion in liquid.” This definition does not imply death or even the necessity for medical treatment after removing the cause, nor that any fluid enters the lungs.

  3. I am not saying this was the case here at all. I am just using this tragedy/incident to remind people that the first rule of swimming safety is “Never Swim Alone” .
    Even if you know how to swim.
    Even in your own backyard.
    Somebody must be able to call for help if an accident happens.
    For those who foolishly ignore this basic rule, I pray that you will be protected.
    ‘שומר פתאים ה