Lod driver accused of killing 4 in crash indicted

November 2, 2005 13:21


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The Tel Aviv District Court on Wednesday indicted Ibrahim Abu-Zina, the Lod resident accused of causing the deaths of four people in a car accident at the Lod Interchange two weeks ago. Abu-Zina was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and running a red light, which led him to crash into an oncoming car. In addition, Abu-Zina was charged with having kidnapped his fellow passenger, Idit Garcia, who was also killed in the accident, Army Radio reported. The indictment further states that Abu-Zina injured two people and had been driving after his license was revoked.

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