Electric company says one of its workers was killed in Hezbollah attack yesterday

Shalom Aboudi who was killed in a Hezbollah missile attack on November 12. (Courtesy)
Shalom Aboudi who was killed in a Hezbollah missile attack on November 12. (Courtesy)

The Israel Electric Corporation says that one of its workers, Shalom Aboudi, 56, was killed during yesterday’s Hezbollah attack on northern Israel.

Military officials and medics had previously said that 14 civilians were wounded, including one critically, in an anti-tank guided missile attack.

The Hezbollah missile struck a number of vehicles near the northern community of Dovev, close to the border. Some of the victims were IEC employees who had arrived to repair power lines damaged by previous fire from Lebanon.

The company said Aboudi was a 34-year veteran worker and was survived by his wife and two children.

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