Children Who Were Pinned Under Vehicle Discharged From Hospital

Just six days after being rushed to the Hospital with life threatening injuries after being pinned underneath a car, Ben and Suri Pashkus have been discharged from the hospital, a Jersey Shore Medical Center official told TLS.

The children, ages 2 1/2 and 8, lost consciousness after being struck and pinned underneath a vehicle while crossing the Cushman Street with their mother on Sunday afternoon.

A passerby, who was never identified, was at the scene within seconds and began jacking up the vehicle with the car’s jack, ultimately saving their life.

The Emergency Personnel – from all of Lakewood’s Emergency Services – who assisted at the scene, will be honored during the next Township Committee meeting. TLS.

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  1. Wow! This is truly miraculous. In today’s day and age, when we are faced with so many challenges, it is very uplifting to hear this kind of news.

  2. This brought tears to my eyes. How many times does these stories end in tragedy. So happy to have this wonderful news- perfect for Shabbos Shira!! Hodu L’hashem Ki Tov!!

  3. It’s such a good piece of news – it brought tears to my eyes. Lets not forget for one second how much the RSO is constantly watching over all of us. May klal yisroel continue to have Besuros Tovos. And to the Pashkus family – you are all in our tefilos.

  4. Boruch Hashe-m they are ok. He was a shliach (messenger) from above. I keep having them in mind in my tefilos and happy to know they were discharged.

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