Two dead in road accident in northern Israel

July 30, 2013 15:42


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Two people were killed and another person was left in critical condition after a car and a truck collided near the Migdal Junction in northern Israel on Tuesday afternoon, Magen David Adom said.

Another four people were in moderate condition. The driver of the truck was trapped in the wreckage following the accident, and rescue personnel were working to free him.

The injured were being treated by paramedics at the scene. Traffic in the area was affected by the accident, and police were on site to direct movement.

At around the same time, six people were hurt when a bus and private car crashed into each other in Kfar Saba.

One of those injured was considered to be in moderate condition and the other five suffered light injuries. Paramedics on the scene administered first aid.

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