50-year-old man dies of wounds after altercation with family members near Tiberias

August 15, 2015 08:46


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A 50-year-old man died of severe injuries Saturday morning after a violent altercation between himself and family members erupted in the village of Megar, near Tiberias. The man was taken to nearby Poriya Hospital in critical condition, where he eventually succumbed to his wounds.

The son of the victim, 24, was also evacuated to the same hospital with minor injuries and was reportedly in stable condition.

Tiberias police arrested three suspects after the incident, aged 50, 30, and 22, and are currently being questioned about their involvement in the man's death.

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