Bus driver charged with negligence in death of passenger

January 28, 2010 18:13


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Menashe Sasson, an Egged bus driver was charged Thursday with gross negligence in the death of a passenger of his. The fatal accident occurred three months ago near the Tlalim junction in the . In the crash, 29-year-old Liat Shacham was killed when two cars collided with the Eilat-bound bus.

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