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February 17, 2012 12:11 pm

Wife of Israeli Diplomat Heads Back Home Following Bomb Attack

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Ben Gurion Airport Railway Station, Tel Aviv. Photo: wiki commons.

PTI – Tal Yehoshua, the Israeli woman diplomat who suffered spine and liver injuries in Monday’s bomb attack in the capital, was today discharged from a hospital here and has left for her home country. Undergoing treatment at the Primus Super Speciality hospital since Monday night, 40-year-old Tal, wife of Israeli Defence Attache, was whisked away in an ambulance from the back gate of the hospital today at 4.25 PM to avoid media glare. Tal, who underwent surgeries in the spine and liver, was taken on a stretcher to the ambulance. According to doctors at the the hospital, she left for Israel in an air ambulance. Dr Arun Bhanot, chief of spine surgery at the hospital who was attending on Tal said, “We discharged her after our team of multi-speciality doctors attending on her felt she was medically fit. “We got an intimation from the embassy asking us if she can be discharged. We agreed as her condition had improved and she was recovering well. “She will be taken to Israel today in an air ambulance. We discharged her when we saw that the staff of air ambulance were confident enough that she could be flown back without any harm to her wounds.”

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