12:20PM EST: Monsey: Woman R”L Hit & Killed By Bus

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candle19.gifMonsey Hatzolah responded a short while ago, to Main Street in front of Rockland Kosher Market – for a middle aged woman who was run over by a Rockland County tour bus. She was transported to Good Samaritan Hospital in traumatic arrest & was R”L pronounced dead at the hospital. Her last name was Sabo from the Concord area of Monsey – and had unfortuantly been an Almanah. Boruch Dayan HuEmmes.


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  1. This is so tragic. We must do teshuva!!! And everyone be careful and look both ways before you walk into the street. Everything is biyad Hashem and her time was obviously up in this world but everyone else should be extra vigilant when crossing the street.

  2. To correction:

    How do you know she did not look when she crossed? Perhaps the bus lost control and hit her on the sidewalk?

    Perhaps the bus driver ran a red light?

    The list is endless!

    Don’t you INSENSITIVE PEOPLE REALIZE THAT THE FAMILY WILL 100% READ THESE COMMENTS IN A FEW DAYS???!!!!

    JUST GO DAVEN, AND STOP IT.

  3. I know of 2 sons that are probably in their early 20’s. Wonderful boys. I remember when her husband was niftar as well. This is a terrible tragedy.

  4. K’lal Yisroyel needs a yeshuah and Hashem is sending us messages which we should read and interpret properly,and act accordingly. Hashem chooses special messengers to deliver those messages to His people,since we no longer have Nevi’im..May the family see nechomo from H’ together with all of Yisroyel and Yerusholayim.

  5. Baruch Dayan Emes, may the family never Know of Tzoros again!

    Schmo,

    THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH WARNING PEOPLE TO BE A BIT MORE CAREFUL, WHO’S EVER FAULT IT WAS , IT WAS JUST BASHERT.

    OK,? In the future, try not to let your comments reflect your cover name!!

  6. There is no traffic light at the spot where she was hit. She was hit near the Stop Sign right in front of the building, at the end of the entrance lane/ramp. At least that’s the impression I got when I went to take a look. I work around the block from there.

  7. I have read that if we knew the power of tehillim in Shomayim, we would be saying it constantly. I came up with an idea that I would like to share with all you dear readers. It is called TOW. It stands for “Tehillim On Wheels.” When you find yourself in your car, and you are waiting – either waiting as your car is being filled with gas at the gas station, or waiting by the drive through window at your bank, or waiting to pick up your kids outside their school or camp, or waiting to pick someone up from a bus or train, or at any other time that you find yourself waiting in your car – instead of doing nothing, take out a Tehillim and start reciting it. Start with Aleph and put a bookmark in at the place you get up to when your waiting time is finished, and next time start from there. In no time at all, you will see that you will complete the entire sefer Tehillim – all while waiting in your car! You can keep in mind Klal Yisroel as a whole when you recite the Tehillim, or you can focus on someone(s) specific who needs a yeshua or refuah – someone who is ill, the captured soldiers in Eretz Yisroel, someone in need of a shidduch, someone with parnasa problems, someone who is dealing with infertility, someone who is undergoing medical tests at that moment, those who have lost a loved one, etc. Just think what an impression this will make in Shomayim! TOW will certainly give a “lift” to Hashem and b’ezras Hashem, He will give a “lift” to us!

  8. IF U HAPPEN TO SEE THIS TODAY EREV TISHABOV
    WHEN U CANT LEARN IS BROUGHT DOWN IN SEFER NITAY GAVREIL
    THAT BOTH THE STEIPLER AND CHAZON ISH ZTZAL SAID TEHILLIM AFTER CHATZOS EREV TISHA BOV WHEN LEARNING IS FORBIDDEN
    AND WE CAN ALL USE THE XRTA TEFILOS MAY HASHEM LISTEN AND ANSWER ALL OUR TEFILOS
    AN EASY TAANIS TO ALL AND MAY THIS BE OUR LAST TISHA BOV AMEN

  9. L’hossir mich’shol:
    It’s not at all clear that learning is forbidden on Erev Tisha B’av, so even if the Chazon Ish and the Steipler said Tehillim then [and that cited source is not adequte proof that they did], it’s no proof that one may say Tehillim when learning is forbidden (like on Tisha B’Av).