Top soccer league referee seriously injured by Hezbollah anti-tank missile is released from hospital

A soccer referee in Israel’s top league who was seriously injured by anti-tank missile fired by Hezbollah on December 8, is released from hospital.

Niv Steif, who serves in the IDF Armored Corps, was wounded last month.

“We were on a crazy rollercoaster for six weeks, but the staff were amazing and they welcomed us with love,” his mother told the Kan public broadcaster.

Steif underwent multiple complex and long operations.

Staff cheer him as he was wheeled out of Haifa’s Rambam hospital.

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