5 injured in Galilee car crash; Route 65 closed off in both directions

Route 65 closed off in b

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December 5, 2009 17:15

 
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One man was seriously injured, one was moderately injured and three others were lightly hurt in a head-on collision between two cars on Route 65, in the Lower Galilee on Saturday afternoon. A Magen David Adom team arrived at the scene of the accident, near Mitzpe Netofa, and transferred the injured to Poriya Hospital in Tiberius. The seriously injured man was man was reported to be a 61-year-old resident of a nearby village. The road was closed off in both directions on Saturday evening. Police have advised drivers to choose alternative routes.

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