Police waiting for injured 16-year-old to wake up

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June 12, 2011 20:40

 
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Police are waiting for a 16-year-old girl who was found badly injured on a road in Pardes Hana last week to wake up and provide further information on the circumstances of her injuries.

The girl was found by passers-by unconscious last Thursday, and was rushed to hospital at the Hillel Yafe Medical Center in Hadera.

Her condition has since improved, but she remains sedated  at the hospital.

A police source said investigators did not know if the girl was the victim of a hit and run accident, or whether she jumped out of a moving vehicle to evade danger.
 

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