Six People Killed in Separate Car Accidents Overnight

Be'er Sheva car accident leaves three people critically injured and two people moderately injured.

Six people were killed since Thursday night in five separate car accidents across the country.

Another five people were injured in an accident that took place near the Be'er-Sheva exit on Friday morning, three of them critically and two others moderately.

A vehicle overturned and burst in flames late Thursday night in a separate accident near Dimona. Firefighters arrived at the scene but were unable to save the driver and passenger, who burnt to death. In another accident on Thursday evening, a man died after his car turned on its side in the north.

Earlier on Thursday, a three-year-old girl was killed in Nazareth when a relative ran her over as she played on her grandmother's front lawn. The girl was taken to the English hospital in Nazareth where doctors pronounced her dead. Northern police arrested the 37-year-old relative responsible for her death.

A 28-year-old man injured in a car accident on Thursday night died in the Hillel Yaffe Hospital in Hadera on Friday. Police found the man had been driving under the influence of alcohal.

Also, a car accident in Be'er Sheva on Friday morning left three people critically injured and two moderately injured. The initial police report suggested that a truck crashed into the car.

On Friday, a man was hit by a truck and killed in Ashdod.