PHOTOS: Young Israeli burn victim gets tour of a Lakewood Fire Station

The young Israeli boy who R”L lost his legs and hand to a horrific fire and is in the United States for treatment, received an exclusive tour of a Lakewood fire station on Monday.

Coordinated by Police Commissioner Committeeman Meir Lichtenstein and Chaplain Rabbi Moshe Dovid Ehrman, the boy was brought to the Monmouth Avenue fire house, where he was given a private tour of the facility, and received souvenirs he could take back home with him.

About two months ago, the boy also received a private tour of the Lakewood Police Department.

For the past few weeks, the boy has been Learning in Yeshivah Ketana, where he was placed and cared for by Askonim. A sister was also placed in Bais Tova.

The boy will be undergoing a serious surgery today. Please be Mispallel for Chaim Eliezer Lipman ben Devorah Leah.



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  1. Wow! I think it’s beautiful that the LFD members welcomed this young so warmly and spent some quality time with him. I’m sure their kindness will go along way in lifting this young man’s spirits.

  2. This story is not Stam. That kid is in my son’s grade in YK. He’s like a reg kid. Everyone lives him. And the rabbeim and Minahlim shlep him up the steps, several times a day. It’s not poshut. May he have a Refuah Shlaima B’ Korov !!

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