Fourth victim of Rosh Hashana crash passes away at hospital

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September 12, 2010 18:17

 
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The number of dead from the car accident at Kfar Yassif over Rosh Hashana rose to four on Sunday.

The fourth accident victim was a passenger in the car that was alleged to have plowed into three pedestrians on Thursday.

The passenger, a 19-year-old boy from Kfar Yirka, died from his injuries at Haifa's Rambam hospital on Sunday afternoon.


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