Improvement in condition of injured Israelis in Cuba bus overturn, some will return to Israel today

The Israeli Foreign Ministry and the insurance company are working to return the body of Nahum Henkin, who was killed in Cuba when a tourist bus overturned. Meanwhile, some of the others who were injured will fly in today due to an improvement in their condition.
Henkin Photo Credit: Reuters/Channel 2 News

Today (Sunday), 4 of the 7 Israeli tourists who were on a bus that overturned in Cuba last Friday are expected to return to Israel today due to an improvement in their condition. Their insurance company will fly them back.

“PassportCard’s medical assistance team will accompany the travelers on their flight home,” stated the insurance company this morning. “We are in constant communication with the clients and doing our outmost to bring everyone back as soon as possible." The 3 additional tourists will remain in the local hospital for further treatment.

Yesterday, it was allowed for publication that 70-year-old Nahum Henkin was killed during the accident. His wife, who was with him on the trip, wasn’t hurt.

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