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At Least Eight Killed in Israeli Bus Crash

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Tragedy struck Israel today when at least eight women were killed and 25 were injured in a bus accident. The Times of Israel’s Stuart Winer reports on the crash that occurred in southern Israel:

At least eight people were killed on Tuesday and over 25 people injured, including one in a critical condition, in a major traffic accident at the Lehavim junction in the south of Israel.

Initial reports suggested a truck carrying a tractor collided with a bus on Highway 31 just after 2 p.m.

The victims were all Bedouin women …

The passengers on the bus were mostly from the area around Rahat, a large Bedouin city the Negev region.

Please pray for the loved ones of those who perished, as well as the recovery of those injured in the accident.

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