Children aged 6, 8 taken to hospital after being hit by iron gate

Children aged 6, 8 taken

December 27, 2009 14:52


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A six-year-old boy from the village of Mashad, near Nazareth, suffered moderate to serious injuries on Sunday afternoon when an iron gate fell on top of him. He was first taken to a clinic in the village, then urgently evacuated by helicopter to Rambam Hospital in Haifa. Another child who was hit by the gate, aged eight, was taken to Nazareth's English Hospital in light condition.

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