Two Israelis killed in traffic accident near Italian-Swiss border

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May 18, 2016 06:59

 
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A mother and daughter, both Israeli citizens, were killed in a car accident while they were traveling near the the Italian-Swiss border, the foreign ministry confirmed Tuesday.

The incident occurred at 4:26 p.m. on highway A2 leaving Milan in the small village of Quinto, located in the Italian shell of Switzerland. 

The remains of the victim will be returned to Israel later in the day.

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