After nearly 22 years in a coma, a victim of the horrifying Sbarro suicide bombing in August 2001 has passed away at Ichilov Hospital.
Chana Tova Feiner Nachenberg, who was 31 years old at the time of the explosion, was dining there with her 3-year-old daughter when a suicide bomber detonated a bomb concealed in a guitar, leaving 15 people dead and 140 injured.
Nails and other pointed things were used in the explosive, which made casualties more severe.
Nachenberg spent the rest of her life in a permanent vegetative state after a nail punctured her heart, seriously injuring her.
The wonderfully unharmed daughter of the woman is now 24 years old.
Five members of the Schijveschuurder family were among those killed in the bombing.
Three of their children, as well as both of their parents, who were Holocaust survivors, perished in the blast.
Two additional kids were seriously hurt but lived.
Three of the four terrorists responsible for the bombing’s planning were freed in the Shalit prisoner swap in October 2011.
At 4 PM, the Modiin cemetery will host Chana Tova Feiner Nachenberg’s levaya.