Israeli Wounded in Berlin Truck Terror Awakes from Coma, Learns Wife was Killed

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The Algemeiner reports: The Israeli who was seriously wounded in the truck-ramming attack on an outdoor Christmas market in Berlin last month regained consciousness this week, only to discover that his wife had been killed, the Hebrew news site Walla reported on Thursday.

Speaking for the first time since the incident from his hospital bed in Germany, Rami Elyakim — whose wife, Dalia, 60, was missing for a number of days after the terrorist attack, and was subsequently determined to be among the 12 dead – said he is having a hard time picking up the pieces of his life. Though he said he remembers nothing of the attack itself, he bemoaned the fact that he is now faced with cancelling the next trip that he and his wife had planned to take in the near future.

“Dalia was the love of my life,” he said. “She really was an extraordinary woman.”

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