Toddler found alone on Tel Aviv’s Dizengoff Street

A child aged around two and a half was found alone on a Tel Aviv street, Hebrew-language media reports.

The child was found on the central Dizengoff Street at around 6 a.m.

The toddler was checked by medics amid fears he could be suffering frostbite or hypothermia amid the heavy rains.

The child is verbal and showed interest in the ambulance, but was unable to tell officials where he lives. He is in good condition.

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