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The mother of Maria al-Jawhari, the 18-year-old girl killed near the shoe store where she worked, has just received the news.Jawhari died on the same street that was struck by a similar attack at almost exactly the same spot on Jan. 2 .Jawhari's was one of four families to receive similar heartbreaking news Tuesday after a suspected suicide bomber detonated himself on Al-Arid Street in Haret Hreik. As uniformed men in red berets inspect the ravaged wreckage of the car thought to have carried the bomb, the Army, Red Cross, Hezbollah and police struggle to control the crowd of onlookers.Among the casualties of the attack is Kamel Abdul-Aal, whose nephew Mohammad is waiting outside his room at Bahman Hospital. Abdul-Aal was on his way to work when the bomb exploded. Ali Krayem, the head of Bahman Hospital, says the facility was fully prepared to respond and praised the Civil Defense and Red Cross for transporting the victims as quickly as possible.
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