Seven injured in road accidents in the South

February 16, 2007 11:24


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Seven people were injured in two separate road accidents in the South early Friday. In Kiryat Gat, four people were injured - one moderately, one seriously and two lightly - when the car they were traveling in collided with a parked vehicle. The casualties were evacuated to Barlzilai Hospital in Ashkelon and Soroka Hospital in Beersheba. In a separate incident, a driver was seriously injured when he crashed into the central reservation at Yad Mordehai Junction. Two people who came to the driver's aid were injured - one very seriously and one lightly - when they were hit by a passing car.

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