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Tragedy in Kfar Chabad: 19-Year-Old Killed in Accident

A terrible tragedy has occurred Monday in the central Israeli town of Kfar Chabad, when a 19-year-old girl studying in a local seminary was killed in a horrible accident.

The girl, who was identified as Naomi Mauda, OBM is from the city of Netanya, where her father serves as a Shliach. She was attending Beis Rivkah seminary in Kfar Chabad, and was returning from class when the incident occurred.

The tragedy is compounded by the fact that this young woman lost her mother at a young age. Her mother, Mrs. Revital Efrat Mauda, OBM, passed away in 2009 at the age of 35, after battling a terrible illness.

She is also predeceased by her sister Devorah Mauda, OBM, who was six years old at the time and was killed a terrible car crash that also claimed the life of her grandfather and aunt in 2003.

She is survived by her father, Rabbi Yair Mauda, and her five siblings: Shmuel, Chani, Shalom, Levi and Menucha.

May Hashem bring comfort to her family.

The Levaya will take place today, Tuesday, in Rosh HaAyin at 2:00pm local time.

Boruch Dayan Hoemes

8 Comments

  • 1. Lawrence wrote:

    On another site a most horrendous comment was posted I protested
    They of course will censor my comment
    Here the moderators are open and transparent
    It is hateful and totally unacceptable to make such unsubstantiated comments

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  • 4. Anonymous wrote:

    i absolutely agree with number one , i was appalled by that comment too.
    i too want to do something to help the family .

    Reply
  • 6. Crown Heights Resident wrote:

    HaMakom yenachem et’chem b’toch shar avay’lay Tzion vee’Yerushalayim ——

    המקום ינחם אתכם עם שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים ולא תוסיפו לדאבה עוד

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  • 7. Lawrence wrote:

    Worse is that a post in moderate terms indicating how wrong such an unsubstantiated allegation is was censored
    However original post was allowed to stand

    The tragedy is enormous the allegation is inexcusable

    It shook me to the very core

    Reply

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