Findings of training accident probe presented to Ashkenazi

February 15, 2010 02:24


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The findings of a military probe into the death of IDF soldier Cpl. Mor Cohen were presented to IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Gabi Ashkenazi on Thursday, the IDF said in a statement Sunday night.

Cohen, 18-years-old at the time, was killed in a training accident at an urban warfare training facility in the Golan Heights on December 21.

According to the statement, Ashkenazi stressed that Cohen was killed in a tragic and painful training accident and reiterated the military’s condolences to the Cohen family.

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