Police raise death toll in bus accident to 8

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February 16, 2012 17:22

 
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Police on Wednesday raised the death toll in the collision between a bus and a truck in Jerusalem on Thursday from six to eight.

Most of those killed were believed to be Palestinian children.

An Initial investigation of the incident found that the driver of the truck lost control of his rig and slammed into the bus head-on due to wet road conditions.

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