HASHGACHA PRATIS: Hatzolah Responding to Call Saves Another Patient’s Life

Talk about being in the right place at the right time.

Hatzolah of Central Jersey today received a call about a patient in CHEMED, but upon arrival, came across people in the parking lot frantically trying to grab the first-arriving Hatzolah member’s attention.

Despite the language barrier, the first member determined that a person was unconscious in his vehicle. The man was in Cardiac Arrest. Other members were immediately dispatched to the original call – which was minor in comparison.

The Hatozlah member immediately began CPR and other lifesaving measured on the unconscious man, and managed to bring back a pulse, saving his life.

The approximately 40-year-old man was transported to Jersey Shore University Medical Center.


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  1. Glad to hear Hashem sent Hatzalah to save this patient!

    BUt, please remember, EVERYTHING is Hashgacha Pratis, not only when we see a “happy ending”. Everything, good or seemingly bad, is YAD HASHEM B’HASHGACHASO ALEINU!

  2. I was standing outside of chemed when this happened. Mr. Twersky, a Hatzolah member arrived and was pulled to the car by family members. When I realized what’s going on, I knew that everything will be fine. Mr. Twersky has been giving our CPR classes in chemed and as an employee I had the honor of attending his class many times. He teaches and explains everything with such clarity that if God forbid we need to do CPR we would have no hesitation.. When Mr. Twersky returned to chemed after taking the patient to the hospital to pick up his car and someone thanked him, all he said was, “Don’t thank me. It was the Hatzolah team who saved his life.” Thank you Mr. Twersky and thank you Hatzolah for always being there in time of need.

  3. EVERYTHING in life is hashgacha prartis.

    But you’re SUPPOSED to share these type of stories to heighten our awareness.

    Thank you!

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