MDA calls to donate blood at site of last night’s car-ramming attack in Tel Aviv

The Magen David Adom ambulance service is calling on the public to donate blood at the site of last night’s suspected terror attack in Tel Aviv, near Charles Clore Park.

MDA spokesman Zaki Heller says the call is “due to the shortage of blood units over the holidays.”

The blood drive will be open till 9:30 p.m., he says.

“Magen David Adom calls on the public to come and donate,” Heller adds.

In last night’s car-ramming attack in Tel Aviv, an Italian tourist, Alessandro Parini, was killed, and seven others were wounded.

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