Jordanian ambassador's driver returned for burial

May 23, 2006 19:58


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In response to a request from the Jordanian Red Crescent, Magen David Adom transferred the body of Haled Radeida, the personal driver of the Jordanian ambassador to the PA who was fatally injured in crossfire between Fatah and Hamas gunmen. An MDA ambulance, accompanied by the Jordanian ambassador, transferred the body from the Erez Crossing to a helipad near Ashkelon. From there, the body was flown to Jordan for burial. The Jordanian ambassador thanked MDA for its quick response.

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