Mohammed Abu-Atar identified in Netanya blast causalities

June 17, 2011 19:16


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Kafr Karaa resident Mohammed Abu-Atar was one of the four people killed in the tragic gas explosion that rocked Netanya late Thursday night, Israeli media reported Friday.

The three others who died in the blast included one 16-year-old girl, along with two other still unidentified young women.

The freak explosion in a Netanya residential and commercial complex also injured 90 others.

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