Family of 5 lightly-to-moderately hurt in fire at Majd el-Kurum home

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November 28, 2009 04:42


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A family of five were lightly-to-moderately injured in a fire that erupted in a Majd el-Kurum home in Israel's north overnight Friday. Magen David Adom evacuated an 11-year-old girl in moderate condition to hospital in Nahariya. Four of her family members, who were in light condition after inhaling smoke, were also evacuated. Police were investigating what caused the fire.

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