Eight members of Atias family laid to rest in Safed

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May 22, 2012 22:46

 
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The eight members of the Atias family, killed in a car crash near Tiberias overnight Monday, were brought to rest at the cemetery in Safed on Tuesday.

The dead have been named as Rafi and Yehudit, the parents, aged 42, their daughter, Avia, 17, twin sons Shimon and Elyshav, 16, Shira, 11, Tair, 9, and Noa, 5, from the small village of Bar Yochai. Rahel Atias, 7, was the only member of the family to survive the crash.

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