TEHILLIM: Woman struck by vehicle in Lakewood last week in dire need of Tefillos

The woman struck by a vehicle in Lakewood last Wednesday is in very serious condition, and in dire need of Tefillos.

Please be Mispallel for Bruria bas Leah.

You can say Tehillim for her online here.


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  1. Her last name notwithstanding, the post is asking for your tefillos for ברוריה בת לאה לרפואה שלמה. Just picture that someone’s beloved wife,mother, sister is in need of a yeshua and your tefilla with kavana can make the difference. Just do it!

  2. Indeed a nerd. What an inappropriate question. What, pray tell, would be the reason for you to know her last name?
    More enjoyable when you discuss this tragedy with your friends?
    Say some tehillim for Bruriah bas Leah and move on to some other gossip.

  3. Of course I said tehillim! I want to know her last name because I think I know her daughter really well and want to call her and make sure that everything is ok! That’s all – its not like I don’t care that someone is suffering – I do – in fact I want to help! don’t judge if you don’t know the full picture!

  4. The choleh is a Tzeddekes and so careful with Shmiras HaLashon and the last thing she would want is ridiculous name calling or any form of machloches. She has an ayin tovah and is tznuah and only thinks good of Klal Yisroel. Let us try to emulate her and please just say tehillim. No name calling. No bickering.

  5. I think by now most people know who it is. Her husband learns all day and is a Tzaddik in his own right. She is a Tzadeikes in every sense of the word. The least we can do is spend a few minutes saying some Tehillim for her.

  6. But she’s not okay… it’s clear that she’s not. This post was about begging people to say tehillim. No need to ask her daughter if she’s okay… she’s not! Just daven that a neis happens and she will be.

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