4 IDF soldiers hurt in car accident atop Mt. Gilboa

March 10, 2010 02:30


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Four IDF soldiers were injured – one seriously, one moderately and two lightly – in a car accident on Tuesday night in the Gilboa area.

Apparently, the soldiers’ military vehicle overturned on the peak of Mt. Gilboa, near the religious kibbutz of Ma’ale Gilboa.

The seriously and moderately injured soldiers were transferred in an IAF helicopter to Haifa’s Rambam Medical Center, while the other two soldiers were evacuated to Haemek Medical Center in Afula.

Military Police were investigating the incident.

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