Mirel Dazlowski, a 40-year-old chareidi woman, hurt by a dumpster during a protest on Yechezkel Street in Jerusalem on Thursday night, is still in critical condition.
In response to the arrest of a suspect in an arson assault against a mobile store, hundreds of radicals had gathered on Yechezkel Street to protest.
The demonstration had moved to Bar Ilan street when several youths started rolling a burning dumpster down Yechezkel street, which has a steep hill, to block the road, even though demonstrators had already moved away.
This is according to the preliminary information about the dumpster accident.
They were rolling the dumpster when they lost control, pinning Daslovski against the wall and seriously hurting her.
Police are currently looking for the suspects and gathering more information about the incident after learning about the injury many hours after it occurred.
The woman was first described as having minor injuries, but her condition worsened as she arrived at the hospital, and she was rushed to the intensive care unit.
“This is a severe event, there is no Rav who permits doing this, and we must condemn and denounce those who injured the woman,” one of the protest’s organizers told Kikar Hashabat.
Newly elected Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also denounced the actions of individuals who hurt the woman.
At the same demonstration, a female Border Police officer fell to the ground and received assistance from spectators who were chareidi.
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