Israeli killed in Peru accident named as Max Sela, 24, from Shoham

By AVIRAM ZINO/MAARIV HASHAVUA
April 9, 2015 11:48

 
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The Israeli man who was killed in an accident in Peru on Wednesday has been identified as Max Sela, 24 from Shoham.

Sela, a former commander in the IDF's Engineering Corps, died when he fell from a zip line ramp in the popular tourist destination, Machu Picchu.

The Foreign Ministry is working to return Sela's body to Israel for burial.

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