Third body of missing youth found in Kinneret

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April 18, 2017 17:45

 
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The body of Itamar Ohana, 19, was found in the Kinneret, police reported Tuesday afternoon.

The bodies of the other two missing youth were found on Monday and identified as Nachman Itach, 21, and Liron Karadi, 17.

It has been a full week since the three young men were swept away by strong winds on Lake Kinneret (the Sea of Galilee).

The three went missing in separate incidents while lounging on inflatable mattresses.

Funerals for Itach and Karadi were held Tuesday.

Eliyahu Kamisher contributed to this report.

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