Michigan plane crash victims to be laid to rest

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July 16, 2010 08:33

 
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The grandfather and three grandchildren who died in a Michigan plane crash early Wednesday morning, will be laid to rest in Jerusalem and Beit Shemesh Friday Army Radio reported.

American investigators say the victims, 73 year-old Moshe Menora, a US citizen and three of his visiting granddaughters, Rachel and Rivka Menora aged 15 and 17, and Sarah Klein, also aged 17, were killed due to their plane being overweight.

The surviving grandson, Yossi Menora, was hospitalized in critical condition with severe burns.

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