Dana Ben-Shoshan, a 32-year-old mother of six, died in a sad traffic accident on Thursday morning near Tzfat in northern Israel.
Near the entrance to Tzfat, Ben-Shoshan’s automobile collided with a bus on Route 89.
MDA and United Hatzalah volunteers who responded to the accident scene tried to revive her there, but they were compelled to pronounce her dead.
Six passengers on the bus were transported to the Sieff hospital in Tzfat with minor injuries.
Two more car passengers were sent to the hospital after suffering minor injuries.
Ben-Shushan, a nurse who worked at the Sieff hospital, was coming home after a shift. She also offered her services to United Hatzalah.
We are brokenhearted, and who can ease our suffering? the organization’s spokesman stated, “and we announce with great grief that a volunteer medic from the Galilee branch was killed this morning in a tragic accident near the southern entrance to Tzfat.
Dana Ben-Shoshan, the medic, was a certified nurse who was on her way home from the hospital when she suffered a catastrophic injury.
“The leadership of the organization and its volunteers pay respect at this sad time and share the family’s sorrow.
We send our sympathies to her volunteer spouse, Chaim, at United Hatzalah. The organization’s psychotrauma unit is with the family and doing everything it can to assist them.
May Hashem remove every person’s tear from their eyes and end death forever.