Holon resident stabbed to death at motel

March 18, 2011 13:15


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A 34-year-old resident of Holon was stabbed to death in Holon on Friday. The victim, a resident of Bat Yam, apparently worked in a motel located near the Driving License Authority on HaLohamim Street in the city.

He was stabbed several times and was taken nearby Wolfson Hospital in critical condition, where he died of his wounds.

Another employee was also attacked and lightly wounded as a result of being stabbed. He was also taken to Wolfson Hospital for further medical treatment.

Police forces arrived at the scene and opened an investigation into the incident.

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