Injured woman may be evacuated to IsraelFebruary 14th, 2012 - 12:31 pm ICT by IANS
Tel Aviv, Feb 14 (IANS) Tal Yehoshua Koren, an Israeli embassy staffer who was injured Monday in a car bombing in New Delhi, may be evacuated to Israel, a media report said.
Two Israeli doctors arrived at the Delhi hospital where Koren was admitted and they took charge of her medical care, reported the Jerusalem Post.
The doctors were coincidentally in New Delhi when Koren, the wife of the defence attache in the embassy, was injured in the car explosion. The others injured are her driver Manoj Sharma (42), and two other people Arun Sharma and Manjeet Singh who were travelling in another car.
Doctors attending on Koren at Primus Hospital Monday said she was critical but stable.
Officials said they were discussing the possibility of evacuating Koren to Israel, the media report said.
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