Barrage of incendiary balloons found in tree close to Gaza border

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
May 20, 2019 19:34
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Another barrage of incendiary balloons that was launched into Israel from Gaza has landed in a tree in an open area in one of the communities on the southern border, Channel 4 news reported.


The incendiary device connected to the balloons was reportedly cut off from the balloons as the landed in tree and no fire was ignited.Police sappers were on scene to deal with ignition device.


Earlier, a barrage of incendiary balloons was found near a kibbutz in the Eshkol Regional Council. Police sappers defused the device connected to the balloons

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