Four Palestinians Killed in Car Crash Near Hebron

An Israeli teen also died on Tuesday night after a bicycle accident in Petah Tikva.

The scene of the accident on Route 60 in the West Bank, October 26, 2016.
The scene of the accident on Route 60 in the West Bank, October 26, 2016.Credit: Fire and Rescue Authority of Judea and Samaria

Four Palestinians were killed in a car crash in the South Hebron Hills early on Wednesday. Two cars collided on Route 60 after one of them veered into oncoming traffic. One of the cars was a European Union vehicle. The accident occurred near the West Bank settlement of Otniel.

Three passengers were declared dead at the site of the crash. The Red Crescent evacuated two wounded Palestinians to the hospital, but one of them, who was in critical condition, succumbed to his wounds.

All four victims were residents of the Al-Fawwar refugee camp, situated nearby.

Magen David Adom emergency responders and an Israeli army medical team were working alongside the Red Crescent at the accident scene.

Police are investigating the accident.

Late on Tuesday, a 15-year-old boy died after being hit by a car while riding an electric bicycle in Petah Tikva. A 19-year-old cyclist was also seriously hurt on Route 40 near the city.

Police stand at the scene of an accident between an electric bicycle and a car which left one teenager dead, October 25, 2016.Credit: Nir Keidar

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