Man seriously wounded in Eilat car bomb, underworld hit attempt suspected

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May 10, 2009 08:12

 
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A man sustained serious wounds to his legs after a bomb planted under his vehicle went off in Eilat on Sunday morning. Eilat Deputy Police Chief Dep.-Cmdr. Eitan Gadsi said the blast was likely an underworld assassination attempt. The man, a construction contractor in his 30s, who is originally from Nazareth, was rushed to the city's Yoseftal Hospital. A passenger who was also in the vehicle was moderately hurt. Police launched a hunt for the would-be assassins, and were examining traffic leaving the Red Sea resort city in the hours following the blast.

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