American teen wounded in Tel Aviv bombing dies

May 14, 2006 16:50


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An American teen wounded in a suicide bombing in Tel Aviv died Sunday of organ failure, a hospital spokeswoman said. Daniel Wultz, 16, of Weston, Fla., is to be flown home for burial on Monday, said Yael Tzuberi, a spokeswoman for the Tel Aviv Medical Center, where he was hospitalized. Wultz and his father, Tuly, were having lunch at a Tel Aviv restaurant when a Palestinian suicide bomber detonated 5 kilograms (about 10 pounds) of explosives. Eleven people, including Wultz, died as a result of the attack.

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