Survivor of Arava crash released from Beersheba hospital

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May 25, 2011 14:09

 
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Ofri Schwartz, the two-year-old who was injured in the fatal car crash last week that her parents, brother and grandfather in the Arava was released from Soroka Hospital in Beersheba on Wednesday. She was en route to her grandmother's residence in Haifa.

Ofri Schwartz was the only survivor in the accident when the family car his a bus and was crushed. According to Israeli media, she smiled and thanks the staff who treated her.

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