Final 3 injured Israelis en route from Bulgaria to Israel

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July 19, 2012 18:59

 
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A second Israel Air Force plane carrying three people seriously wounded in Wednesday's terror attack in Burgas set out from Bulgaria for Israel on Thursday evening, the IDF Spokesman's Office stated.

The plane was expected to land in Israel on Thursday night, after which the three seriously wounded people will be transferred to Israeli hospitals for continued treatment.

Earlier on Thursday a plane containing 33 Israelis wounded in the attack landed in Israel. The coffins of the five Israelis killed in the attack were also scheduled to arrive in Israel Thursday night when a brief IDF ceremony will be held.

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