Police pull over five-passenger car crammed with 16 kids in central Israel

The kids, aged five to ten, were driven from school back home after the driver's transit broke down.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 27, 2014 19:07
Police stop car carrying 16 kids

Car near lod crammed with 16 kids was stopped over by Police, October 27. (photo credit: POLICE SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)

 
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Police officers on a routine patrol in the Shfela area in central Israel pulled over a private Toyota Corolla on Monday, only to find the compact car loaded with 16 children.

The kids, aged five to ten, were crammed into all parts of the car, including the floors near the driver's seat.

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The 40 year-old driver's job is to drive school-kids from their various schools back home. On Monday, his van broke down, prompting the Lod resident to drive the students in his private, compact car, which is supposed to seat a maximum of five people.

The driver was detained for questioning and will face a hearing to see if he will lose his license.








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