PHOTO: Lakewood emergency personnel and Shkiah

After ensuring the patient’s needs were met.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. OK. I stand corrected. I didn’t even realize it was a minyan. I only saw 6 ppl in the picture. Thx. Go,Hatzalah !! Go, Paramedics !! Go first-aiders !! We love you guys.

  2. To #4 “ok”,

    These particular paramedics are Jewish and they are standing for afternoon prayers.

    Life safety takes precedent and they skipped their regular prayer time to attend to the victim.

    Now that the patient has been handed off safely they are taking advantage of last few minutes available before sundown for the afternoon prayers.

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