1 dead, 3 injured in car crash near Jezreel Valley

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April 29, 2012 15:40

 
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A 25-year-old mother died and her four-year-old daughter was critically injured from wounds sustained during a car accident between a truck and a car near Zarzir village in the Jezreel Valley on Sunday.

The accident also caused serious injuries to two other people: an 11-year-old boy who sustained head injuries, and a woman in her 50s.

Paramedics from Magen David Adom (MDA) provided medical assistance at the scene. The paramedics attempted to resuscitate the mother and and her daughter, but were forced to confirm the woman's death on site, while the daughter remained in critical condition.

An MDA helicopter was on route to the scene to transport the injured victims to a medical facility.

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