Grandmother of teens seriously injured in terrorist ramming attack last month says they’re improving but still have a long road to recovery.
(Israel National News) – Two Israeli teenagers seriously injured in a terror attack south of Jerusalem continue to show signs of improvement, but face long roads to recovery.
Arutz Sheva spoke with the two injured teens’ grandmother, Rochel Sylvetsky – an editor at Arutz Sheva – about her grandchildren’s condition nearly a month after they were hit by a car driven by a terrorist outside of the town of Elazar in Gush Ezion.
Last month, Nahum, 17, and Noam Nevies, 19, were hit in a ramming attack as they walked to a bus stop next to the entrance of Elazar.
Both of the siblings were seriously injured, with Nahum left fighting for his life. CONTINUE