5-yr-old dies in J'lem hospital raising bus crash toll to 6

By NIDA TUMA
February 21, 2012 09:50

 
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The death toll in last week's deadly bus crash north of Jerusalem rose to six on Monday as Salah Kayed al-Dweik, 5, from the Shuafat refugee camp succumbed to his wounds at Hadassah University Medical Center's Ein Kerem campus.

He will be laid to rest in Jerusalem on Tuesday.

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