Ynet — Only a few meters separated the surviving suspect in the terror attack at the Boston Marathon from those who were injured in the twin blasts, and they are all being treated by an Israeli. Professor Kevin (Ilan) Tabb (49) is the director of Boston’s Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, where suspected terrorist Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is being treated. Twenty-four people who were injured in the attack were also admitted to the hospital, among them 16 who are in serious condition.
Speaking to Ynet, Tabb told Ynet that Tsarnaev was in stable condition and suffered from wounds to his throat. The hospital director said that even if the suspect survives, he may never be able to speak again.