11 injured in ammonia leak in Emek Hefer, residents asked to stay inside homes

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November 6, 2014 22:08

 
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An ammonia leak at a factory in the industrial area of Emek Hefer left 11 servicemen injured on Thursday night, MDA said.

One was in moderate condition and ten others were lightly injured.

Residents who live near to the factory in certain areas were asked by police to remain in their homes with the doors closed.

There were unconfirmed reports that one of the workers had gone missing inside the factory.

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