Israel-Lebanon conflict extends to rescue personnel
Israel hospital goes underground
Israeli hospital
forced underground
When Katyusha rockets started falling around the Western Galilee Hospital on the outskirts of Nahariya in northern Israel, there was only one place to go -- underground.

In just over an hour, head of surgery Arie Eisenman, left, and hospital staff moved more than 180 patients together with their monitors, drips, nursing staff, and all ancillary equipment into bomb-proof shelters beneath the hospital buildings.
(Matthew Kalman, Globe Correspondent)
(Boston Globe Photo / David Blumenfeld)