Two Georgian citizens stabbed in Bat Yam

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May 11, 2017 18:13
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Two Georgian citizens, ages 23 and 39, were injured on Thursday after being stabbed in Bat Yam.

Police located the two suspects early Thursday morning on Hannah Szenes Street they were subsequently evacuated to the Wolfsfon Medical Center in Holon and the Sourasky Medical Center in Tel Aviv in moderate and serious condition. After an initial investigation, it appears the stabbing occurred near the Bat Yam promenade, police said. Police opened an investigation into the incident.

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