Bodies of two more victims of civilian helicopter crash found near Netanya

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November 24, 2009 17:19

 
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The bodies of two more victims of the civilian helicopter crash which occurred on Tuesday afternoon were found floating in the water near Netanya. Two bodies were found earlier on Tuesday by two jet skiers who were at the scene. One of the victims was reported to be a 43-year-old British tourist. The Israel Aviation Authority said that the helicopter had taken off from Sde Dov airport and was heading north when it crashed. The IAA has taken over the investigation of the crash.

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