Disaster: A resident of Bnei Brak was hit by a truck and killed


Tragedy on Tisha B’Av: At night, a 30-year-old motorcyclist, a resident of Bnei Brak, was hit by a truck near the Mother Colonies Road.

A 30-year-old Bnei Brak resident was hit by a truck last night while riding a motorcycle on Rabbi Shapira Street, near the mother of the colonies in the city – and was killed. Rescuers who were called to the scene evacuated the young man to the hospital in critical condition, but doctors had no choice but to determine his death.

The tragic incident occurred last night around 3:00 a.m., when for no apparent reason the motorcyclist collided with a truck. Passengers who passed by noticed him lying in the background and called the rescue forces.

Behadrei Haredim has learned that the victim is Yehuda Levy, a resident of the Shikun H neighborhood in Bnei Brak, who left behind 4 soft orphans.

“When we arrived at the scene, on the sidewalk next to the motorcycle, a 30-year-old man was lying unconscious, with no pulse and no breathing, with multiple systemic injuries,” said MDA paramedic Asher Graver, who was called to the scene of the accident. “, Which included massages, resuscitation and medication and we urgently evacuated him to Beilinson Hospital in a critical condition.”

Moti Hoffman, a paramedic from the Rescue Union, said: “It was an accident involving a motorcycle and a truck. When we arrived at the scene, the motorcyclist suffered a multi-system injury and was unconscious. We performed resuscitation operations on him and then he was taken to Beilinson Hospital in Petah Tikva.”

The police said that “police forces, including traffic inspectors at the scene, are directing the traffic and investigating the circumstances of the incident.”

The young man killed in the accident – the late Yehuda Levy \ Photo: From Facebook

Photo: Rescue Union operational documentation

Photo: Aharon Fischer Documentation of MDA operations


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