Names of train accident casualties released

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August 6, 2010 10:14

 
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The names of the casualties of Thursday night's train accident were released on Friday morning.

Aryeh Berstein, 43, his wife Rivka Bernstein, 41, and their children Mordechai, age 9, Chaya, 14 and Yochanan, 16, all from Beitar Illit, were killed, when the minibus they rode in crashed into a train. Their daughter Malki Gotstein, 21, also died, together with her one-and-a-half-year-old son, Mordechai. Her husband, Dudi Gotstein, is the only family member to survive the crash, and is in moderate condition.

Eight other people have been hospitalized with injuries.


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