Fire breaks out in Upper Galilee; Rd. 90 closed to traffic

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August 11, 2011 15:52

 
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A fire broke out Thursday afternoon in the Upper Galilee in a field between Vered Hagalil and Korezim.

Firefighting crews were dispatched from Tiberias and other stations in the Upper Galilee and Route 90 was closed to traffic between Amiad and Vered Hagalil.

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