Car attack: Israeli envoy undergoes 2 surgeries
The Israeli woman diplomat on Monday night underwent two major surgeries and her condition was stated to be "critical but stable".
New Delhi: The Israeli woman diplomat, who
was injured in a suspected terror attack on an embassy car
here, on Monday night underwent two major surgeries and her condition
was stated to be "critical but stable".
Tal Yehoshua (40), wife of Israeli Defence Attache in the
Embassy, suffered splinter injuries in the attack and was
admitted to the Primus Hospital here.
"Her surgery is over...she continues to remain critical
but stable. She will be under observation for some time
because she had undergone two major surgeries," a spokesperson
of the hospital said.
Dr Deep Makkar, in-charge of international patients at
the hospital, said, "She has suffered spinal and liver
injuries but her vitals are stable."
The diplomat was going to pick up her two children from
American Embassy school when the incident took place.