Lavey Freedman typically responds to call when most people are in their beds. Lavey was recently honored at a tekes organized by the city for his hard work.
Not a moment to lose… a crazy Hashgacha pratis story.
Your local Hatzala EMS organization has been working hard for our community with #lifecaring care! Over Shabbos, we responded to a significant number of calls that came into our hotline. A number of those calls were extremely serious and complex. Many thanks to מגן דוד אדום – Magen David Adom, our local doctors, and our local paramedics for[…]
During the first 9 days of December, residents of RBS A, G and G2 called HBS 42 times for emergency assistance. Of those 42 calls: – 27 were transported to the hospital or other medical facility by HBS – The remaining 15 were incidents which HBS treated on the scene, but did not require or[…]
From the HBS special files: Yesterday, we responded to a call where a child fell off his bike and suffered a facial trauma. Unfortunately, this child lost a tooth. When someone loses a tooth, it’s imperative to get the tooth back into the mouth as quickly as possible, if the tooth is still intact. This[…]
Boy, is it hot today! Temperatures are expected to reach into the 90’s, but may not feel like it due to a light wind and low humidity. Some heat wave safety tips: 1. ALWAYS CHECK YOUR CAR TO ENSURE NO ONE IS LEFT INSIDE! Take the extra few seconds to ensure no one is left[…]
Hatzala Beit Shemesh, the local Hatzala organization, is not currently making phone calls to solicit funds. If you receive a phone call from a lady stating that they are collecting for the local Hatzala – IT IS NOT HATZALA BEIT SHEMESH.
Once again, we have reached Biur Chometz time! In previous years, Hatzala Beit Shemesh has been called to burn cases where children and even adults have been burned, in some cases seriously. Here are some tips to stay safe this Erev Pesach:
He agreed not to use explosives this Purim – and now he won a grand prize for himself and his entire class!