Anat Tal and Nitzan Moshe, senior management members of the ICL company, are two of the three killed in the traffic accident that occurred yesterday (Thursday) on Route 6, near Kiryat Gat. Tal, 49 years old when she died, left behind four children as well as parents and sisters. Moshe, 50 years old at the time of his death, left behind a wife, four children and a pair of parents.
Wow! They shared the company’s announcement, in which they announced the death of the executives: “Beyond their enormous contribution to the company, Anat and Nitzen were first and foremost good friends of all of us, who were always there to support and help us – managers and employees alike – in everything. We will miss both of them very much. Hugs Their families are in unbearably difficult moments.”
The offending driver, a 24-year-old man who was also killed in the accident, is a resident of the Bedouin diaspora, without a driver’s license at all, and about a year ago he was arrested by police from the Negev region, but his trial has not yet proceeded. The suspicion is that he deviated from the lane of travel, crossed the canal and collided head-on with the other vehicle. We note that the driver He owned a car even though he never had a driver’s license. What should turn on a red light – how does the State of Israel and the Ministry of Transportation allow vehicle ownership to be registered even for those who do not hold a valid driver’s license.
From the Association of Industrialists in Israel It was reported: “We are shocked and pained by their sudden and tragic untimely death. The late Nitzan Moshe, who worked alongside the late Anat Tal Katlev, was active in recent years in a series of public positions in the Association of Industrialists, including a member of the presidency, and worked day and night to promote industry and the economy in Israel. may them rest in peace”.
Bazen group Message: “The Bezen Group bows its head and shares in the sorrow of the families and the sorrow of the ICL employees, for the tragic death of the late Anat Tal-Kotlev and the late Moshe Nitzen. The two died in a horrific car accident tonight. May their memory be blessed.”
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