Second Team Of Paramedics Being Deployed To Israel; Team Alpha Responds To Multiple Rocket Scenes

PHOTOS: Team ‘Bravo’ – the second group of local Paramedics will be flying to Israel to assist Magen David Adom during this Operation Pillar of Defense, HEART confirmed.

The group of Paramedics will be joining Team Alpha upon request by MDA’s Director General and will be leaving for Israel this evening.

The Paramedics, already responding to rockets scenes and more, are doing so as primary responders. 

“MDA praised the Heart teams for their total cooperation and professionalism”, a Heart team spokesperson said.

At one rocket scene, Team Alpha had to cut out several injured patients from a vehicle which suffered a direct hit from a rocket. Three of the four patients were moderately injured, and the other was listed as critical.

The Team also responded to another rocket scene at a home, where they treated several patients.

Meanwhile, thousands of Israeli troops are staged at the Gaza border ready to enter by ground and any moment’s notice.

Cease-fire talks failed. TLS.

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  1. G-d bless them, and keep them safe during this difficult time when ordinary people do extraordinary deeds of kindness to aid and assist their fellow man.

  2. @not fair
    Since when do you personally pay paramedics?

    In nj they are employed by monoc. Monoc has plenty of medic on staff and can afford to let sone of tgem leave for a couple days.

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