Rising from her wheelchair with the aid of a walker, an Israeli woman who was seriously injured in a terror shooting left a Jerusalem hospital Wednesday, a month after the attack which caused the death of the baby she was pregnant with at the time.
Shira Ish-Ran, the 21-year-old Israeli woman who was critically wounded in a terrorist shooting attack last month, has been released from Shaare Zedek Hospital.
As she was leaving, Ish-Ran told reporters, “We [my husband and I] are living miracles. I arrived to the hospital lying down and will leave it walking – We triumphed.”
She was accompanied by her husband, Amichai, who was shot in the leg in the same attack, and who walked beside her with the aid of crutches.
“We are a walking miracle,” Shira told reporters as she prepared to leave the hospital, also thanking the paramedic who she said had saved her life. “This is a tremendous thing. Every day we are thankful for the miracles.”
Ish-Ran will undergo rehabilitation at Hadassah Medical Center on Mount Scopus.
She thanked the people of Israel for praying for her recovery, “We felt the prayers during our recovery. We still have a road ahead of us, so keep praying.”
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