Baruch Dayan Ha’emes- Man Niftar At Family Simcha

Baruch Dayan Ha’emes. R’ Elya Shoenig Z’l, 60, from Detroit, attending a family wedding in Lakewood this evening, was niftar in middle of the Chasuna. Hatzolah received a call for a patient who has collapsed, apparently suffering a massive heart attack and immediately dispatched multiple units including medics. Hatzolah worked on the patient for nearly 45 minutes, but were unsuccessful in reviving him. Baruch Dayan Ha’emes.

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  1. what is so unbeleivable is that lastnight on the radio on 107.9 r paysach krohn just said over a great story of amuna and btachon about r shonig

  2. It took taken Hatzolah a little under 10 minutes to arrive. It was at Lake Terrace and it was raining. Also, the call came over as a collaps, not a code.

  3. Why is it that hatzoloh doesn’t have enough vollunteers to cover calls. It taook 10 ninutes? Even if it was “only” a collapse that’s way too long!!!!!!

  4. hatzola has LESS the 50 units (most of them are north of the lake!!) for over 10,000 families in a 25 mile rqadius!! do the math = a shrek CH”V Hashem Yazor
    WHY is Hatzola so political when it comes to life and death??!!
    why don’t tey stop the games and add more members!!

    btw: getting around lakewood (cul-d-sacs etc) is so much more complicated then brooklyn

    hatzola members must learn all the streets and how to get around in lkwd!! like the NYC cab drivers MUST learn the streets – when minutes count, getting lost…..

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