7-Year-Old Chareidi Girl Loses Part Of Finger in Jerusalem School


A 7-year-old girl from a chareidi family was treated by members of United Hatzalah (UH) in Jerusalem on Monday after a part of her finger was cut off as a result of a door that was closed while she was in a school in Jerusalem.

The UH spokesmen recommend that lessons be learned [due to the recurrence of such unfortunate incidents] and to install measures that will prevent the possibility of slamming the door, especially in homes or institutions where children and toddlers are located. Caution and compliance with safety rules are expected to prevent unnecessary disasters.

(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem)