Police send gifts to kids hurt in Palestinian bus accident

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March 7, 2012 18:05

 
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Traffic police officers from the Judea and Samaria district will distribute gifts on Thursday to Palestinian children injured in last month's tragic bus accident north of Jerusalem.

The gifts, along with cards wishing the children a quick recovery on behalf of police, will be given to community notables from the areas of Anta and Shuafat in north Jerusalem, who will pass them on to the children.

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