ATV rider involved in Nazareth accident passes away

June 8, 2011 22:30


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The man who was seriously injured on Wednesday when his all-terrain vehicle flipped over near the Beit Rimon Junction in the Nazareth region passed away Wednesday night.

Ali Sabih, a 20-year-old resident of the village of Kana, was evacuated to Poriah Hospital earlier Wednesday.

Sabih suffered severe head trauma and his condition required the transfer to Rambam Hospital in Haifa, the hospital said. His condition deteriorated en route to the hospital, forcing the medical team to return to Poriah where he later died.

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