Woman killed in Mt. Herzl accident an officer, IDF says

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April 18, 2012 18:57

 
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The woman killed Wednesday when a lighting fixture fell during preparations for a Remembrance Day ceremony at Mount Herzl in Jerusalem was a female IDF officer with the rank of first lieutenant, the IDF spokesman's Office stated.

The officer's family was informed of her death.

The IDF Spokesman's Office added that two other soldiers were moderately injured and five were lightly injured in the accident.

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