Statement from Magen Dovid Adom:
Magen David Adom forces treated 150 injured on Mount Meron with hundreds of ambulances, intensive care vehicles, motorcycles, ATVs and unique rescue vehicles and clinics adapted to secure the event.
This is one of the most difficult civil disasters the State of Israel has ever known and it is difficult to contain the magnitude of the disaster,” *MDA Director General Eli Bin* said tonight during the evacuation of the injured to the hospitals.
Vice President of Operation Dov Maisel speaks about the tragic incident at Meron and the work of the UH team there. pic.twitter.com/Xk7PesL6zS
— United Hatzalah (@UnitedHatzalah) April 29, 2021
For more than 20 years, Magen David Adom teams have been medically securing the revelry in Meron, and this year it was one of the most complex security operations…All the forces acted quickly and with dedication in a very difficult and complex arena.”
May The Rashbi's light shine through the darkness, and all of Klal Yisroel should see Besuros Tovos! https://t.co/Oig62oopQY
— 5TownsCentral (@5TownsCentral) April 30, 2021
We pray and wish complete healing to the wounded and share in the grief of the families whose loved ones perished in the heavy disaster.
🇮🇱 — First Levaya of a Meron victim taking happening now: Family, friends and neighbors are attending the Levaya of Chanoch Slod Z”L, taking place in Ashdod. pic.twitter.com/8OH1Dp6GYP
— Belaaz (@TheBelaaz) April 30, 2021
After treating hundreds of people who suffered from shock, numerous debriefs and second sphere mental health checks for all first responders at the scene our exhausted Psychotrauma and Crisis Response Unit volunteers help eachbother decompress.#Meron #CrisisResponse pic.twitter.com/WXFd6efMfm
— United Hatzalah (@UnitedHatzalah) April 30, 2021
Statement from @NYGovCuomo on tragic incident in #Meron in Israel. We are heartbroken by the tragedy and holding the victims, families and the community in our thoughts and prayers. pic.twitter.com/IzuNwnAHuC
— Jake Adler (@JakeAAdler) April 30, 2021
Please call 718-854-4548 ONLY if you are missing an immediate family member and need assistance.
An Erev shabbos/ lag baomer thought after last night’s tragedy… pic.twitter.com/fK7KrcxoAI
— Rabbi Efrem Goldberg (@RabbiGoldberg) April 30, 2021