A 6-week-old infant was rescued from a parked vehicle on Yohana Jabotinsky Street, in a commercial center in the N’vei Ze’ev area of Be’er Sheva on Tuesday.
Eliya Yitzchak Tuval, who heads the Be’er Sheva district of United Hatzalah, reports that “A passerby broke the window of the vehicle at the behest of her parents. The infant received primary care with the assistance of personnel in the nearby kupat cholim (HMO) office, and she was then transported to Soroka Hospital to be checked”.
United Hatzalah officials once again release a call to all drivers and parents, to remain cognizant of the children and infants in the vehicle, and not leave them alone, not even for a minute.
In the accompanying video, one can see the stress as a citizen tries smashing a window to get air to the infant, realizing doing so is more difficult than most imagine since cars are equipped with tempered glass.
Just a week ago, YWN reported about an 11-month-old was rescued from a vehicle in Bnei Brak.
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(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem/Video Credit: United Hatzalah)