TA teen gets 4 yrs for killing friend while driving without license

TA teen gets 4 yrs for k

October 18, 2009 13:52


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The Tel Aviv District Court on Sunday sentenced 19-year-old Bat-El Shar'abi to four years in jail for killing Hamda Muhsin, from Shuafat, in a road accident while driving without a license. Tel Aviv resident Shar'abi, who was convicted of manslaughter, was also banned from driving for 20 years. In the incident 18 months ago, Shar'abi was taking Muhsin and another friend for a night out in Tel Aviv in her mother's car. She crashed into a road sign while speeding and driving recklessly, according to the court. Immediately after accident, she fled the scene without calling for help for Muhsin or her other friend, who was lightly hurt.

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