UPDATED 4 PM: TEHIILLIM: A Yungerman is in serious condition this evening following an unknown medical emergency, a family member of the man tells TLS. The father of four was flown to a Hospital this evening after beingtransported to a local Hospital by Hatzolah. He was placed on a respirator.
Please take a moment to be Mispallel for Tzvi Ben Chana.
UPDATE SUNDAY 8:15 AM. A family member tells TLS the name Raphael has been added to his name following an unsuccessful emergency surgery which lasted several hours. Raphael Tzvi remains in critical condition.
UPDATE SUNDAY 4 PM. TLS has been informed by a family member that Refael Tzvi is in critical condition and “his situation is changing minute by minute.” The family member says that while the swelling has B’H gone down a bit, the heart rate has dropped as well.
The family has expressed their heartfelt thanks for all the Tefillos being recited on his behalf, and asks for continued Tehillim.
Will Bl’n say 1-5.
tehillim was just finished being said at the west gate shul
may he have a refuah shleima
lets continue this chain plz
i am a family member and i just got back from the hospital. preliminary results show there is no aneuryism however he is still in critical condition please continue to be mispallel for tzvi ben chanah
Just took a turn for the worse it is life threatening. PLEASE DAVEN!
Hashem please show rachmanus on this family….they do so much for klal yisroel. Shlach refua shleima bimhaira!
Actually change that to 36-40
Davened for him when making challah tonight. Hope it helps! Does the family need anything??
Any updates on condition? We’re still davening. We need moshiach
40 thru 44
we need mashiach!!!!!!!!!!!!
Maybe hashem is doing this to show us that we need moshiach regardless of wehther we have tzoros. So lets. Not reserve wanting moshiach to only tzoros in klal yisroel.every generation has the power to bring moshiach if we only did what is required to bring him. May we only hear good besuros
Maybe and maybe not. Just because someone s ill doesn’t mean mashiach is coming. We can keep hoping… Bechal Yom she yavo.
Scoop why don’t you mention that Tzvi is a son of a noted askan?
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