3 victims of Netanya hit-and-run laid to rest

August 19, 2012 20:54


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Svetlana Yigudiyev, Shoshana Yigudiyev, and Alexander Rubinov, killed in a hit-and-run accident in Netanya on Friday,  were all laid to rest on Sunday.

The mother and daughter, Svetlana and Shoshana, were laid to rest in Dimona, while the third family member, Alexander Rubinov, was buried in
Netanya's Shikun Vatikim cemetery.

A car struck and killed the three family members on Friday at 8 p.m.  The car was reportedly traveling well over the speed limit.

Police were continuing the search for 35-year-old Shushan Baraby, suspected of having struck the pedestrians, on Sunday.

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