Dimona, Israel — Shalom Pariantes had pulled over his taxi next to Dimona’s shopping center to let some passengers out when an explosion just a few feet away rocked his car.
“I heard the boom and then saw body parts all over the ground,” he said. “The whole car moved. Being in the car saved me.”
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