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EMT Training comes in Handy

Lubavitchers participating in an EMT medical training class in Kfar Chabad didn't think their moment of truth would come so soon. Full Story, Photos

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wow
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wow

Such hashgacha pratis that they were training

wow bh how is he now?
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wow bh how is he now?
woah!
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woah!

u never ever know..

i see mashke on the table
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i see mashke on the table

isn’t it a bit iresponsible to then perform first aid?

wow oamygoash how did it hapen
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wow oamygoash how did it hapen

WOW BH HOW IS HE NOW

were they yiden?
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were they yiden?

not that it really matters but were the jewish ppl.? ( the ones that were hurt ..)

shikkur
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shikkur

These guys have some good booze at their party. When I was in yeshiva there all we had was 777…

YTT Camper #28
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YTT Camper #28

R’ Pinye 🙂 from this past summer’s Swerdlov Program!! Great job R’ Pinye Trebnik!

Answer to #4
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Answer to #4

This is a bit like suggesting that a Cohen should never say l’chaim because Moshiach could come at any moment, rebuild the Bais Hamikdosh, and then he would not be able to do avoda.

Hatzala members should be allowed to drink responsibly i.e. keep themselves under legal drinking limits so that they can drive to respond to a call for help. Besides, there is no one actually drinking in the picture so how do you know anyone said l’chaim? The bottle could have been started at a different time.

Dovid

rush
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rush

they must be in a hury look at the hat and jacket tossed on the floor

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