2 killed in separate road accidents

Man killed as vehicle collides with bus in Petah Tikva; 1 dead, another injured in Route 6 crash.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 16, 2009 12:55
2 killed in separate road accidents

bus accident 248 88 zaka. (photo credit: Courtesy of ZAKA)

 
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Two people were killed in separate accidents on Israel's roads Monday. In Petah Tikva, a 30-year-old man driving an all-terrain vehicle was killed after colliding with an Egged bus. An initial investigation found that the accident occurred after one of the vehicles drove through a red light at the intersection of the city's Jabotinsky and Einstein streets. The man was critically injured and a Magen David Adom team pronounced him dead en route to hospital. On Route 6, another motorist, 36, was killed in a car accident near the Baka al-Gharbiya interchange. An MDA team pronounced his death at the site and evacuated another lightly injured motorist to Hadera's Hillel Yaffe Medical Center.

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