Mother crashes while chasing ambulance carrying family

September 29, 2010 13:27


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Three members of one family were injured in two consecutive accidents in Petah Tikva on Wednesday, Israel Radio reported.

According to the report, the injuries started when the father and daughter were involved in an accident and transported by ambulance to Beilinson Hospital.

The mother of the family was following the ambulance carrying her loved ones when she was lightly injured in a separate accident. She was also brought to the hospital.

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