Succot crash suspect released to house arrest

October 27, 2006 13:15


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Ohad Kadouri, the allegedly drunk driver who police say was at fault for a Succot collision that killed a couple and their son, will be released to house arrest, the Supreme Court ruled on Friday. Kadouri, 45, had 63 outstanding traffic and criminal offenses prior to the deadly October 7 crash. Police suspect that he was driving under the influence of alcohol when he swerved out of his lane to pass a slower car and slammed into the Hadad family's car. Mordechai and Mira Hadad, both 52, and their youngest son, 18-year-old Ariel, were killed in the crash, and their 23-year-old daughter, Einat was hospitalized in critical condition. Rebecca Anna Stoil contributed to this report

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