Fire breaks out at Dimona factory; People potentially trapped inside

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June 10, 2015 13:33

 
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A fire broke out Wednesday at a factory in Dimona after an Ammonia tank caught on fire, Israel Police reported.

There are fears that people may be trapped inside the factory, as well as a worry that the part of the factory currently in flames could collapse.

Fire fighters are currently at the scene in an attempt to control the blaze and rescue any people at the scene.

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