Second suspect in Haifa hit and run remanded in custody

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April 24, 2012 18:22

 
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A second suspect in a hit and run incident which injured an elderly woman and her daughter appeared before the Haifa Magistrate's Court on Tuesday, and was ordered to remain in custody for six days.

The suspect, 25, of Haifa, who cannot be named at present, hid at his grandmother's home before being arrested, the court heard.

Earlier this week, a 23-year-old man with a lengthy criminal record was arrested.

Fania Feizelberg, an 82-year-old Holocaust survivor was being pushed in her wheel chair by her 61-year-old daughter, Larissa Goldenberg, when both were struck by a car from behind in Haifa's Bat Galim neighborhood. The car struck the women on a sidewalk.

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