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By Donald H. Harrison/San Diego Jewish World
Former IDF soldiers credited with saving a victim’s life in San Diego mass shooting
Two Israeli bystanders leapt in to save a wounded man’s life following a mass shooting in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter. Dvir Benesh and Shai Gino, both trained in lifesaving techniques in the Israel Defense Forces, happened to be nearby when a gunman opened fire in the busy tourist district last Thursday evening. Gino, 28, is…
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