An American student critically injured in last week’s Tel Aviv bombing emerged from a coma after nine days. A spokeswoman at Ichilov Hospital in Tel Aviv said Daniel Wultz is likely to recover, The Associated Press reported. Though Wultz isn’t yet able to speak, the spokeswoman said he has regained consciousness and can communicate with his eyes. Wultz, 16, a student at David Posnack Hebrew Day School in Weston, Fla., had been in Israel visiting relatives for Passover. He and his Israeli-born father were eating lunch near Tel Aviv’s old central bus station when a Palestinian suicide bomber attacked. The bomb killed nine people and wounded dozens. Wultz’s father sustained moderate injuries and was deemed “out of danger” by hospital officials Monday.
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