In the afternoon of 2 August, the doctors in tel-Aviv hospital «Ichilov» reported on the improvement of the condition of the actress Lucy Dubinchik. According to doctors, the threat to the patient’s life has passed. She regained consciousness and asked that her family was allowed to be with her in the house.
In the evening news radio «Kahn Beth» said that Lucy were taken from a state of artificial coma to assess her condition. After that she was again asleep. She’s still connected to the ventilator.
On the evening of 1 August it became known that the hospital «Ichilov» delivered a famous actress, who received serious injuries as a result of falling from a great height. Radio «Kahn Beth» reported that the actress fell from the window of the apartment located on the fourth floor of a building in Jaffa.
The doctors reported that the victim is in critical and unstable condition. Still on Tuesday evening in social networks spread information about what has hurt actress Lucy Dubinchik.
On Wednesday morning editorial NEWSru.co.il was addressed in a press-service of the hospital «Ichilov», where we confirmed that the emergency room was delivered on the eve of the actress Lucy Dubinchik. At that time her condition was serious but stable.
In a press-service of the police reported that there were no grounds for criminal prosecution.
Lucy Dubinchik was born 17 December 1982 in Moscow. In 1989 immigrated to Israel. He graduated from the school, «Thelma Yalin» in the city of Givatayim, and acting School Nisan Nativ in tel Aviv. In 1995 he starred in the movie «Saint Clara». The tape itself and Dubinchik became the laureates of «Ophir» (the youngest actress to receive this award, which is often called «the Israeli Oscar»). Also starred in numerous television series – «the Florentine», «the people across the hall», «Distance touch», «Under the sky of Verona», etc. In 2007, gave birth to a daughter Alma from johnny Peterson, who played with her in the film «Saint Clara». Played a major role in the film «Letters from Rishikesh».
In the fall of 2010, after starring in the film «Letters from Rishikesh», Lucy Dubinchik said in an interview with NEWSru.co.il: «I don’t know how Israel can be a star. This is too small a country! I can imagine, how become stars in Hollywood, or even in France, in Europe. You’re in the movies, you know, at least two million viewers, you’re buying a house in the mountains… But here the «stars» go to the market. However, people recognize me on the street, but in Israel this is a very difficult life. Come to me and ask: «are you an actress? Yes? And where have you filmed? How much do you pay?» Even if I say I’m late to kindergarten for her daughter, this does not help: the questions continue. In Israel, there is no distance between actor and audience. On the one hand, this reflects the Israeli warmth, a trait of our national character – we are all each other brothers. But, on the other hand, I can not tell, walking down the street, endlessly to stop and tell you about myself… When I was offered a job in a particular theater, I could think about creativity, and not to compare salaries. My profession means a lot to me. I don’t want to be rich or famous. It seems to me that during the good plays I do something to give people.»