Ashdod accidents: Pedestrian critically hurt, 2 others moderately injured

March 15, 2009 07:53


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A pedestrian was critically injured early Sunday morning when he was hit by a car as he crossed Ashdod's Bnei Brit Street. Police said the man, around 60, did not cross the road at a pedestrian crossing. He was evacuated to Ashkelon's Barzilai Hospital. In addition, two young men were moderately injured when their car overturned on Ashdod's Yoseftal Street. The two, both about 20, were also evacuated to Barzilai Hospital. Police launched an inquiry into the incident.

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