Four injured - 3 seriously, 1 lightly - in Kiryat Gat knife-fight

Four injured - 3 serious

December 19, 2009 07:49


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Four people were stabbed in an apparent scuffle in Kiryat Gat Saturday morning. Magen David Adom paramedics evacuated the casualties - three of whom were seriously injured and one lightly - to Ashkelon's Barzilai Hospital. Police were alerted to the scene, and opened an investigation into the incident. An initial probe suggested that a fight between three young men in their twenties had broken out next to Kiryat Gat's central bus station. A man in his forties who passed by and tried to break up the scuffle was apparently the fourth person injured.

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