For second time in 4 days: 3-year-old child drowns in Golan Heights vacation village

April 24, 2014 20:41


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A three-year-old child drowned in a swimming pool in Had Ness on Thursday, less than a week after another three-year-old child drowned in the same Golan Height's holiday village.

MDA paramedics attempted to resuscitate the child and transported him to Ziv Hospital in Safed where he was pronounced dead.

The drowning, like that of three-year-old Amit Natan-Sofer on Monday, took place at a holiday bungalow, of which there are many in Had Ness.

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