Four killed in car accident near Jerusalem; Six killed in accidents Sunday

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November 11, 2007 18:43

 
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Four people were killed on Sunday when a bus hit a vehicle near Mitzpeh Yericho, east of Jerusalem, rescue services reported. The vehicle had overturned and caught fire upon being hit by the bus, a spokesman for the ZAKA rescue service said. A woman was being treated for light injuries, he added. ZAKA also reported that a 25-year-old pedestrian had been seriously injured when a vehicle hit her at a junction in central Israel. Earlier in the day, a 60-year-old woman and an 8-year-old child were killed in car accidents across Israel, police said.

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