[Feb 10] – Motsai Shabbos Update from Moshe Chaim’s mother:
“Gut vuch, B”H we have amazing news to share with everyone. Moshe Chaim has been discharged from the hospital tonight. We can’t thank everyone enough to those of you who took the time to say Tehillim for him. The doctors are all very optimistic that he will Beezras Hashem will make a full recovery!! Please continue to daven for משה חיים בן מלכה לאה. Thank you!”
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Update from Moshe Chaim’s mother:
“B”H Moshe Chaim’s vital signs are stable. They are still concerned about the bleeding by his liver and are closely monitoring it. He was wearing a neck collar because they were initially concerned about injury but Chasdei Hashem he was able to move it around. He’s pretty bruised especially his face and the right side of his body. But he’s alert and communicating with us. The doctors all say it’s a huge miracle that he didn’t have a single broken or fractured bone which we are incredibly grateful for. I want to take this opportunity to personally thank each and every one of you for all your Tefillos. It really means a lot to both my husband and myself.”
May we all hear Besuros Tovos in the very near future.
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Update: The following is an update from the parents of the young boy who was struck by a car yesterday:
“Baruch HaShem all of Moshe Chaim’s numbers were stable overnight and this morning. They’re still running some tests. Tefillos are still needed for Moshe Chaim ben Malka Leah”.
The parents also mentioned many times how appreciative they are of all the tefillos and care of everyone in the community and for the offers of meals, etc.
May we continue to share Besuros Tovos!
A nine-year-old boy from the community was hit by a car in a hit-and-run, Tuesday afternoon.
Please say Tehillim now for Moshe Chaim ben Malka Leah.