Remand extended for driver who killed 4 on Sunday

The Ramle Magistrates Court extended the remand on Tuesday of Ibrahim Abu-Zina, 26 and from Lod, suspected of killing four people in a car accident on

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The Ramle Magistrates Court extended the remand on Tuesday of Ibrahim Abu-Zina, 26 and from Lod, suspected of killing four people in a car accident on Sunday, by an additional five days. Police suspect that Abu-Zina kidnapped the woman sitting next to him, Idit Garcia, who was killed in the accident. Police also suspect that Abu-Zina was intoxicated and that he caused the head-on collision.


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