In one of the most heartwarming accounts to emerge in the wake of Friday’s tragic shooting attack at a bar in central Tel Aviv, was the unlikely ordeal encountered by a young Israeli man named Ido Lazan and his beloved dog, Django.
Lazan was moderately wounded by a gunman who opened fire at Hasimta pub on Dizengoff Street. Lazan’s canine companion, who was also present at the bar when the shooting occurred, bolted from the scene amid the loud shots and ensuing commotion.
All the while Lazan was evacuated to a hospital for medical treatment, he never stopped worrying about his dog.
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