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13 injured in car accidents throughout Israel on Saturday
Three separate accidents left one man in serious condition, 6 in moderate condition, and 6 in fair condition.
Thirteen people were injured in three separate car accidents throughout Israel on Saturday.
At the Kahol Junction in the upper Galilee, a collision between two cars left one man in serious condition and six others lightly injured.
Initial police investigations into the accident found that one of the drivers had lost control of his car. A helicopter was brought in to evacuate the man who was seriously injured to Rambam Medical Center in Haifa. The remaining six injured were taken by ambulance to Rebecca Sieff Hospital in Safed.
Five people were left in moderate condition after their car overturned on a West Bank road leading to the settlement of Otniel near Hebron. An ambulance took the injured to Soroka Medical Center in Be'er Sheva.
A car accident on the road connecting the town of Arad to the Dead Sea left a motorcyclist in moderate condition. He was taken to Soroka Medical Center in Be'er Sheva.