Israel entered a national day of mourning on Sunday over the crush at a Jewish pilgrimage site that killed 45 people, including over a dozen children and teenagers.
The disaster in the early hours of Friday is believed to be the worst peacetime tragedy in Israel’s history.
The victims included at least a dozen children and teens, including two sets of brothers, as well as young fathers and rabbis.
They included at least 10 foreign citizens, among them six Americans, a British national, two Canadians and an Argentinian.
More than 100,000 people were attending the annual Lag B’Omer gathering event in the northern Galilee area of Israel.