Elderly man found dead in Kafr Kassem

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October 4, 2017 15:15
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Magen David Adom paramedics found a 70 year-old-man dead today in Kafr Kassem.

A call to MDA's 101st center in the Yarkon area reported an elderly man unconscious in an industrial area. They pronounced him on the scene.

"When we arrived, people led us to the building where we saw a an of about 70 lying unconscious, not breathing and without a pulse. We performed medical examinations, but we was without any sign of life, and we determined his death on the spot," paramedic Adi Martziano said.

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