Barak Lufan, who was critically wounded in last night’s terror shooting in Tel Aviv has succumbed to his wounds at Ichilov Medical Center, bringing the death total to 3 in yesterday’s terror attack.
Barak Lufan, who was critically wounded in last night’s terror shooting in Tel Aviv has succumbed to his wounds at Ichilov Medical Center, the hospital announces.
The 35-year-old father of three grew was a resident of Givat Shmuel and grew up in Kibbutz Ginosar.
He was a coach on Israel’s Paralympic team and head coach of the Israeli national kayak team, according to his social media accounts.
The terrorist evaded a huge manhunt for hours. He was eventually found hiding near a mosque in the port of Jaffa, about four miles (6km) away, and was killed in a shootout with counter-terrorism and security agents.
The 2 other victims were identified on Friday as 28-year-old Tomer Morad and 27-year-old Eitam Megini, both from Kfar Saba.
Yesterday’s shooting was the terror attack in 2 weeks in which 14 people were killed, making it the bloodiest in years.
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