Israeli killed in sand-ski accident in Peru

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March 21, 2009 18:00

 
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An Israeli traveling in Peru was killed on Saturday in a sand-ski accident, according to the Foreign Ministry. Four Israelis from Beersheba were reportedly traveling in the remote village of Ika, about three hours drive from the Peruvian capital, Lima. The Foreign Ministry advised that the family had been contacted, and that the consul would travel to Ika to organize for the man's body to be brought to Israel for burial.

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