Galilee resident bitten by a viper; in moderate condition

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August 26, 2013 17:29

 
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A Galilee resident was bitten by a viper on Monday afternoon in the northern Galilee, health ministry officials said.

The incident occurred near Kfar Horfish in the Galilee. Paramedics evacuated him in a moderate condition to Western Galilee Hospital, the government hospital in Nahariya.

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