Father of two, Michael Ladygin, named as second victim of Ariel terror attack

The father of two had arrived in Israel from Ukraine, 5 years ago and lived in Bat Yam; earlier the name of another victim, Tamir Avihai was also revealed as the three people injured in the killing spree remain in serious condition; third victim not yet named
Korin Elbaz Alush, Elisha Ben Kimon|
Israel on Tuesday, named a second victim of the fatal stabbing attack on the West Bank earlier in the day.
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  • Michael Ladygin, a 36-year old resident of Bat Yam and a father of two was murdered when an 18-year old Palestinian went on a killing spree in the industrial park of the settlement of Ariel killing three Israelis and wounding three others who are still in serious condition and being treated in hospital.
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    מיכאל לדיגין אב לשניים
    Michael Ladygin
    Ladygin arrived in Israel with his family from Ukraine, five years ago and members of his family followed recently as they were fleeing the Russian invasion of that country. Bat Yam municipality said they would be providing solace and assistant to the bereaved family.
    Earlier officials said Tamir Avihai, a Jewish settler, was among the victims of the attack.
    He was survived by his wife and six children.
    A preliminary investigation of the attack showed that the terrorist, identified as Mohammad Souf from the Palestinian town of Hares, first attacked the Israeli guard at the entrance to the settlement's industrial zone, then proceeded to a nearby gas station and stabbed three more people there.
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    Emergency teams at scene of fatal terror attack near the settlement of Ariel on Tuesday
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    He then stole a car, intentionally collided with another vehicle on a nearby highway and struck another person and attempted to steal another car before being stopped and fleeing the scene on foot. He was finally shot by soldiers and civilians on the scene.
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