Air raid sirens to sound at 11:00 a.m. in center of country on Wed.

August 11, 2009 19:35


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The Home Front Command will conduct a test of air raid sirens on Wednesday in the center of the country at 11:00 a.m. The sirens will sound for one and a half minutes, and will be heard in the following locations: Modi'in and the surrounding area, Ramla, Lod, Be'er-Ya'akov, Gezer, Emek-Lod, Matityahu, and Mavo Horon. In the event that a rocket is launched at those areas at the time of the test, an additional siren will be sounded.

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