Son and mother, soldiers, among those killed in Beit Shemesh car crash

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July 11, 2009 13:54

 
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The names of the six people killed in Friday's deadly head-on collision between two cars on Route 38, near Beit Shemesh were published on Saturday. The three victims who were in the first car were from Kiryat Ono, two of them family members. Sixty-three-year-old Aharon Strolovsky and his mother Rachel Strolovsky were killed in the crash, as well as Olga Rabinovitch. Three people from Beit Shemesh were killed in the second car, which police suspect swerved into the opposite lane and collided with the Strolovskys' car. The victims in the second car were IDF soldier Asaf Maimon, who was driving, and passengers Shir Malka, 16, and Moshe Iluz, 19. Two other passengers were injured in the accident.

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