Police find 24 children in a van designed for seven

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May 9, 2010 18:32

 
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Police officers pulled over a Hyundai van designed to carry seven passengers for a routine check and discovered no fewer than 24 schoolchildren inside on Sunday in Kfar Bara.

The driver, a 45-year-old resident of Kfar Bara, was detained for questioning at the Rosh Ha'in police station, and his vehicle was confiscated for 30 days. Police also revoked his driver's license.

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