Former journalist Amnon Dankner passes away at age of 67

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April 6, 2013 02:36

 
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Former Maariv editor in chief, Amnon Dankner, passed away on Friday due to a heart attack, Galei Tzahal reported.

Dankner was declared deceased after an hour and a half of failed resusitaction efforts by a Magen David Adom team.

Amnon is survived by his wife Miri, his sons Yoav and Itai and five grandchildren.

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