Gilat Kolengi, who was seriously injured in the Burgas terror attack, was released from Beilinson Hspital in Petah Tikva Sunday after her condition improved considerably over the past few days.
Her husband, Itzik, was killed in the bombing which left five Israelis and a Bulgarian dead and dozens injured at the Burgas airport in Bulgaria on July 18. The identity of the culprit remains unknown, but the Israeli government blamed Iran and Hezbollah for carrying out the attack.
According to a Channel 2 report, the suspected bomber allegedly argued with two of the victims — one of whom was Kolengi’s husband, Itzik — before detonating the explosive he placed in the bus’s baggage compartment.
Kolengi told Channel 2 that she saw her husband and his friend arguing with the suspect after he “pushed their bags aside and put his inside… They began arguing with him — at which point the [bomber], who saw them from afar, detonated the charge,” Kolengi said.
Kolengi’s testimony was being cross-referenced with other witness accounts.