"Families were destroyed": the senior managers were killed in an accident on Route 6 and left 8 orphaned children
Anat Tal and Nitzen Moshe, senior management members of ICL - formerly ICL, were hit by a vehicle that was traveling at high speed, veered off its course - and hit them.
According to the suspicion, the driver of the vehicle did not have a license, and was arrested a year ago.
"Everyone felt that he was their father," said Nitzan's daughter.
"Murderers must not be allowed on the road"
Sunday, July 31, 2022, 2:43 p.m. Updated: 3:17 p.m.
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The scene of the accident on Route 6, near the Kiryat Gat interchange (Walla system)
Anat Tal and Nitzan Moshe, senior management members of the ICL company - formerly Israel Chemicals, were killed in a car accident on Route 6 near the Kiryat Gat interchange last week.
"Families were destroyed - eight orphaned children," said Leah Tal, Anat's mother.
"He was without a license and yet got on the road - the message must be sharp and clear that we should not let murderers on the roads."
Another person was killed in the accident, Bedoui a resident of the Negev.
According to the suspicion, he apparently drove at a speed that was not suitable for the road conditions, deviated from his route - and hit the vehicle in which the two were traveling.
According to police records, he did not have a driver's license - and about a year ago he was arrested and summoned to court, but did not come to the hearing of his case.
"Everyone felt that he was their father."
Family members of Nitzan Moshe (photo: official website, no)
Lehi Moshe, Nitzan's daughter, said that in these moments, the family is thinking about how to continue from here and how their lives will look in a year.
"You mostly think what now," she said.
"No one prepares you for these things. You get angry about everything. It came out of nowhere without preparation. You leave work twenty seconds later, not a minute, twenty seconds."
"Everyone felt that he was their father," she added.
"I see it in our friends here and I'm so happy that he had time to be there for everyone and for us."
Eyal Moshe, Nitzan's son, said that the message from the horrific accident is to drive safely and be careful.
"We don't know who is next to us, who is on the right and who is on the left," he said.
"It could be a friend, a brother, someone I don't know, a Christian, a Jew, a Bedouin, it doesn't matter, and anger will not bring back my father, anger will not bring back anyone killed in such cases."
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Anat Tal and Nitzan Moshe (photo: photo processing, Nathalie Cohen Kadosh)
"We love dad, it's important that they know," he emphasized.
"We see his face everywhere and on the one hand it's horrifying and on the other hand it's amazing. We're happy that he was so big. We knew, we didn't know if everyone knew and that everyone is saying the same thing is crazy."
Tal, the 49-year-old president of the company's industrial products division, left behind four children and her parents and sisters.
Moshe, 50 years old Senior Vice President for Global Operations, left behind a wife, four children and a couple of parents.
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