19 residents seek refuge from flooding in Tel Aviv

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January 8, 2013 15:24

 
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The Tel Aviv municipality received 19 residents seeking refuge following damage to their homes caused by heavy rains and flooding.

City Hall stated 5 residents sought shelter in Beit Barbour community center, and another 14 at Neve Eliezer center.

Residents near the shelters in the city's north, the Magid and Frankfurt community centers, have not been evacuated.

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