Driver who hit cars in TA struck vehicles for 2 kilometers

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May 15, 2011 10:46

 
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Police say the truck driver who hit vehicles in Tel Aviv on Sunday, struck the cars for two kilometers from the Mesubim Junction to Bar Lev Street in the Hatikva neighborhood in Tel Aviv.

The truck driver, a resident of the Arab village of Kfar Kassem, was arrested and being questioned by police. He told police he hit the cars by accident.

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