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Tel Aviv terror attack Photo: Reuters
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Tel Aviv bombing victim dies

Almost one month after sustaining critical wounds in Passover terror attack, 26-year-old Lior (Eliyahu) Anidzar dies; bombing's death toll up to 10

Meital Yasur-Beit Or
Published: 05.13.06, 09:20 / Israel News

Lior (Eliyahu) Anidzar, who was critically wounded in the April terror attack at Tel Aviv's central bus station, dies of his wounds at the Sourasky Medical Center in the city.

 

Anidzar, 26, was hospitalized after the attack and doctors have been fighting for his life ever since. Following his death, the bombing's death toll rose to 10.

Passover Attack
9 killed in Tel Aviv blast / Avi Cohen
Passover terror attack: Huge explosion rattles shawarma stand at old central bus station area in southern Tel Aviv; scores wounded. Suicide bomber identified as Sami Salim Khamad, an Islamic Jihad member
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Dozens of people were hurt in the attack after a Palestinian suicide bomber detonated himself at a crowded fast food stand in Tel Aviv's southern Neve Sha'anan neighborhood.

 

The explosion occurred at a shawarma stand, where a previous bombing took place. This time, however, the blast was much more powerful and deadly. Two of the victims were pronounced dead upon arrival at the hospital, while a third victim died on the operating table.

 

US teen still hospitalized

 

American teen Daniel Wultz, 16, who was critically wounded in the bombing, is still hospitalized at the Sourasky Medical Center. Wultz underwent a 12-hour emergency surgery, followed by another four operations.

 

A few days ago, Wultz regained consciousness and opened his eyes. He was immediately rushed into operating room for another surgery.

 

His classmates from the David Posnack Hebrew Day School located in Plantation, Florida, recently landed in Israel as part of a yearly class trip planned at the beginning of the year. The 30 students visited the hospital to pray for their friend’s recovery.

 

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