Seven hurt after mini-bus flips over in Rishon LeZion

December 25, 2013 23:20


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Seven people were injured on Wednesday night when a mini-bus flipped over on the corner of Herzl Street and Sokolov Street in Rishon LeZion.

Three of the casualties were seriously injured. A ten-year-old girl sustained a bruise to her head and a toddler sustained injuries to her stomach and limbs.

Magen David Adom paramedics treated the injured people at the scene before evacuating them to Tel HaShomer hospital.

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