Muhammad Dawabsheh among six killed parking garage collapse

September 11, 2016 19:05


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Muhammad Dawabsheh, 29, from Duma southeast of Nablus was confirmed dead by police on Sunday in a parking garage collapse that killed six and injured 23.

Last year the Dawabsha family, which numbers in the hundreds, lost three other extended family members when suspected Jewish extremists carried out a firebombing in Duma, southeast of Nablus.

Naser Dawabsheh a relative of Muhammed posted on Facebook Saturday evening saying he had received news of the death, "Oh Lord, praise to You," he stated. The four-level underground parking garage was under construction when it collapsed on September 5th for unclear reasons.

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