Israelis Ofer Levy and Gabi Ingel still missing in NZ

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February 27, 2011 11:07

 
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Israelis Ofer Levy and Gabi Ingel, both 22 years old, are still missing after the earthquakes that struck Christchurch, New Zealand last week.

The two were last spotted 20 minute before the earthquake on the corner of Antigua St. and Moorehouse Ave. in Christchurch.

Levy's sister, Dafi Levy, asked that anyone with information about the backpackers' whereabouts contact her at newsdesk@jwire.com.au. Levy says that she is sure the two did not survive the earthquake, but that information as to where they went in the 20 minutes before the disaster would help locate their bodies.

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