Following the publication in Israel Hayom, Southern District Commander Amir Cohen and Police Spokesperson Eli Levy spoke this evening with Maya Malpof, mother of 12-year-old Ofir, who broke her hand last night at halftime of the game between Hapoel B'Sheva and Hapoel Jerusalem. The mother expressed to him the difficult feelings since the incident, while the district commander said that as soon as he heard about the incident, he asked to talk to her and meet with the girl in the coming days.
Superintendent Cohen told Maya that he would deal with the issues she raised to him in the conversation personally and would arrange to summon her daughter Ofir for a police patrol. A meeting between the two is expected in the coming days.
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In addition, the mother is expected to receive footage of the incident, while the police claim that they are not responsible for trampling her home. On the other hand, the testimony of the fans is that had the police not entered the stand, there would not have been the clashes that caused the young woman to trample and break her hand.
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