Palestinian rock-throwers who injured toddler to be charged

By JPOST.COM STAF
April 29, 2013 08:07

 
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Palestinian rock-throwers who caused a car crash that seriously wounded three-year-old Adele Biton are to be charged this week, security forces told the Jerusalem Post on Monday.

The said incident occurred on March 14, 2013 when rocks hurled at a car near Ariel in Samaria caused it to swerve and smash into a truck, injuring seven Israelis, including Adele Biton, the young girl.

Biton was hospitalized in serious condition at the Schneider Children’s Medical Center for Israel in Petah Tikva. Her two sisters and mother were moderately wounded.

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