1 killed, 19 injured in collision between bus and two trucks

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January 31, 2009 13:06

 
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One person was killed and 19 injured when two trucks collided with a packed bus on the Gitai Avishar junction in a road in the West Bank on Saturday afternoon. 14 people were lightly injured in the accident and 5 seriously. The accident, in which all casualties were Palestinians, occurred when one of the trucks failed to stop at a red light. The majority of injured were taken to a hospital in Nablus while a few others were taken to Beilinson Hospital in Petah Tikva. Magen David Adom teams and an IDF helicopter helped in evacuating the injured Palestinians for treatment.

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