Four to be remanded for negligence in Mt. Herzl accident

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April 19, 2012 02:16

 
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Eight suspects have been detained for questioning in connection with the accident at Mount Herzl that caused the death of an IDF officer on Wednesday, police said.

Four of the suspects were set to be released, while four others were scheduled to face a remand hearing at the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court on Thursday.

Among those suspected of causing death through negligence are the safety expert, engineer and stage designer of the company which the state contracted to design the stage for next week's Remembrance Day ceremony where the accident occurred.

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