UPDATED: Bachur In Critical Condition After Being Struck By A Bat

UPDATED: A Bachur is in critical condition this afternoon after being accidentally struck by a bat at his school. The incident occurred about 3:30 PM at a local Yeshivah. Hatzolah and Police responded to the scene and found the boy, 13, unconscious with a serious head trauma.

Multiple Hatzolah Paramedics were expedited to the scene.

Hatzolaha Paramedics transported the boy to Jersey Shore Medical Center in serious condition.

Lakewood Police Escorted the ambulance to the Hospital.

UPDATE: Please be Mispallel for Yosef Meir Ben Miriam Henya. His condition is critical and unstable.

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  1. Give tzedaka when you say Tehillim, read a Halacha from shemiras haloshon or read from Igeres Haramban. This boosts all Tefillos!

  2. This is a wonderful boy who just recently celebrated his Bar Mitzvah. My son was with him at the time of the accident. Please, take a moment during this very busy time of year and say a kapitel Tehillim for him. May he have a Refuah Shelaima b’karov.

  3. Im very close with yosef sister i was with her when it happened , he was bar-mitzvah last week and it is nebach extremly serious please beg hashem for a refuah shleima bakorov for him!!

  4. My son and nephew were there when it happened. Keep saying Tehillim, Every Tefila counts. Purim is a time of Nisim, hope the boy has a speedy and complete recovey b’korov.

  5. I will do thilim 66 to 75 inclusive and give $180.00 to tzadaka within 48 hrs iyh lizchus refua shleima..I will also dedicate half hour tonight for limud torah hakdoisha for this tayerer zisser bochur who I don’t know who he is…raboisai join me..I think tonight is moran r moshes yurtzeit..posek hador..

  6. Perhaps we could all be Mkabil ONE small thing in the Zchus of a Refuah Shleimah for Yosef Meir ben Miriam Henya bsoch Shar Cholei Yisroel.Ribonei Shel Olom-Please have Rachmonos on your children and bring Moshiach already-the pain is too great.

  7. People tomorrow its an intangible to say kapitol chof ches and whatever u ask for will b answered. Please cry ur brains off fir this boy.
    Tls can u please update us in his condition

  8. Situation is extremely grave,please klal yisroel take a moment to think what this boys parents,siblings,and entire family are going through.do whatever you can lzchus refuah shelaimah for him-tzedaka,kabalos,tehilim..please

  9. “Now, O Israel, what does Hashem ask of you? Only to fear Hashem, to walk in all His ways and to love Him, and to serve Hashem, with all your heart and with all your soul” (Deuteronomy 10:12).

    118 -119 inclusive

  10. I heard from a Rebbi in the yeshiva that just this afternoon he had a solo in the purim mesiba and sang “v’zakeini l’gadel banim…”. Please Hashem save him so that he may be zoche to live, be well, and raise a family!!

  11. I myself was hit by a medal bat on a full swing over 15 years ago I fell to the ground and was out for a very short period of time I looked “chineese eyed” for months after but now I see what I have to be thankfull for just a little bit harder or perhaps if it would of hit me in a differnt spot…
    Thank you Hashem.
    Mi K’amcha Yisroel I’m always amazed at how many people will take upon themselves so many things for a total unknown brother.

  12. We are saying our prayers for this poor young man, and both his family and the family of the boy who let go of the bat. Everyone is in pain.
    We don’t know them and are not observant but no one should have to have an innocent accident like this, without the world being there for them.

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