Police: J'lem man who died after bleeding from head was not shot

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 1, 2009 13:19

 
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A Gihon Water Company worker who was found bleeding from his head on Rehov Yehuda Hanasi near Jerusalem's Pat Junction on Tuesday afternoon died shortly after Magen David Adom evacuated him to the Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center. Police said initial reports that the man was shot were incorrect, and that the man, in his 40s, had apparently suffered from a serious medical condition.

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