Woman loses control of car injuring 4 at Ramle school

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October 27, 2013 21:45

 
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A woman lost control of her car while picking up her daughters from school in Ramle on Sunday, hitting and seriously wounding two 10-year-old girls, including one of her daughters. Another one of her daughters was lightly wounded in the accident, paramedics said.

Altogether four people were treated at the scene, including one person with minor wounds to her lower extremities and another suffering from shock.

All were taken to nearby Assaf Harofeh Medical Center for treatment. It is still unclear what led to the accident.

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