One killed, 5 injured in car accident near Ariel

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July 12, 2013 16:26

 
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A man in his 30's was killed, and five others were critically injured in a car accident at a road junction near Ariel on Friday, Magen David Adom said.

A woman in her 30's was in critical condition, while four others were lightly injured. They were taken to the Rabin Medical Center-Beilinson Campus in Petah Tikva for further treatment.

"When we arrived at the scene, we saw the two cars that were involved in the accident, and in one of the cars a man in his 30's was trapped," said Micky Nemesh who was one of the first medics on site.

"We began to treat his wounds immediately as his injuries were the most dire, but after we removed him from the vehicle he succumbed to his injuries and we pronounced his death."

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