Dr. Yigal Shushan, the director of neurosurgery at Hadassah Hospital Ein Kerem in Jerusalem, says three people hospitalized in yesterday’s attack are in serious, but stable, condition.
He tells the Ynet news website that the three “were operated on until the late hours of the night, and their condition is stable.
“One of the injured regained consciousness and started talking to us. He’s still in shock, he doesn’t stop telling us what happened. It is apparent that the two terrorists’ goal was to harm the congregants’ heads,” he says.
Several other people remain hospitalized in light to moderate condition, according to Hebrew media.