VIDEO - Saturday, for the first time since the onset of the conflict on the northern border, a Magen David Adom rescue team brought an injured Lebanese woman to the Ziv Hospital in Safed. IDF forces transferred her to the MDA team at the Avivim crossing on the Israel-Lebanon border, at which point she was immediately taken to the hospital, accompanied by her son. Dr Shapira Calin, the hospital's deputy director-general, said, "the woman sustained an injury to the chest, most likely from a bullet. She was treated by MDA crew members in the field, and is now in our trauma unit. Her condition is moderate to severe we have not yet completed all of the requisite exams to determine her exact condition." The woman was evacuated from Maroun al-Ras, where it is unclear whether she was shot by IDF or Hizbullah forces. Dr. Naftali Hadas, who received the patient, said that she is injured in the chest and back. "She was having trouble breathing and one of her lungs wasn't working. We left Safed and drove towards her, meeting IDF forces in Avivim." "When we got to her, we saw that her condition was severe. She wasn't breathing from one lung. We treated her on the side of the road and her condition improved. She even began talking and said that she was in pain," Hadas continued.