20 injured in 16-car pile up in the Negev

20 people were injured Thursday morning in a pile up in the south on Highway 60, near Arad. The vast majority of the injured were listed in go

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October 27, 2005 08:47

 
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20 people were injured Thursday morning in a pile up in the south on Highway 60, near Arad. The vast majority of the injured were listed in good condition, but one or two were considered to be in moderate condition. 16 cars were involved in the pile up, which occurred between Shokhat Junction and Arad. Police believe that early morning fog, which is frequent in the area, may have been a factor in the collision.



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