Fire and Death and Charred Bodies
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It was horrible. Whether this particular fire in the Carmel was started by accident or by arsonists, the Arabs are at war with Israel. Reports are that Arabs were recently nabbed trying to set fires in Israel, near Nazareth and just south of Jerusalem.
Dan Amir, a resident of Bet Oren, succeeded on Thursday[Dec. 2, 2010] to photograph the bus that transported the Prison service officers course cadets, seconds before it was caught in the flames with most of it's occupants subsequently killed.
Commander Tomer, 52, and a familair face to the Israeli public, died this morning from wounds she suffered. Paramedics found her at the scene, with no pulse, but was brought back to life and rushed to the hospital. "She suffered burns over 90% of her body, and though doctors fought valiantly to save her life, and even noted a slight improvement in her condition yesterday, the situation worsened over night and she succumbed this morning. She is the 43rd victim of the fire."
I didn't want to post the photos of the charred bodies here, but those who want to view more, to understand the depth and horrendous damage that the 2 Arab youth [and others] are suspected of inflicting, can go and view more photos here. Be warned that the 2 photos of the charred bodies are graphic.