A man around the age of 50 drowned today (Monday) at Gordon Beach in Tel Aviv. He was rescued from the sea while unconscious. Paramedics provided him with medical treatment, and he was transferred to Ichilov Hospital in Tel Aviv in critical condition.
Senior paramedic Eran Nadler, riding a motorcycle for Magen David Adom (MDA), said: "When we arrived at the beach, we were led to the man who was unconscious after being rescued from the water. We provided advanced medical treatment on-site and transferred him to the hospital while giving him medical care as his condition was severe."
Earlier today, it was reported that a 19-year-old worker had his leg trapped in a machine at a construction site in the industrial area of Kfar Kana. MDA paramedics provided him with medical treatment, and he was transferred to Rambam Hospital in moderate condition with injuries to his limbs.
At the same time, it was reported that a 43-year-old man fell from a ladder at a height of about 2 meters while covering the sukkah due to the rain in Bnei Brak. Medical teams provided him with medical treatment, and he was transferred to Beilinson Hospital in moderate condition with chest injuries.