Fire breaks out after electric tower hit with rocks near Petah Tikva

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October 14, 2015 23:00

 
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Firefighters were working to put out a fire that broke out Wednesday night after a rocks were thrown at an electric tower next Kafr Kasim, which is close to Petah Tikva.

According to Israel Police, the rock throwing also hit a car and damaged its windshield.

No injuries were reported.

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