Woman killed, 22 children lightly hurt in accident near Ein Gedi

December 3, 2013 17:01


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A woman was killed and 22 people suffered light injuries in a car accident involving a bus and two other vehicles on Route 90 north of Ein Gedi on Tuesday.

The bus was carrying children aged 15 to 19 years of age, 19 of whom were hurt in the accident. The woman killed in the accident was approximately 30-years-old.

MDA paramedics were treating the injured children on the scene and transporting them to hospital.

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