Firefighter officer: Carmel fire like fighting enemy

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December 2, 2010 17:26

 
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Hezi Levi, a senior firefighter officer, said Thursday that fighting against the fire which is raging in the Carmel area is like "fighting against the worst enemy in the world," Channel 10 reported.

Rescue teams were working to evacuate seven houses in the area which had caught fire, Levi explained.

Levi said that "even with all the help in the world it will be very difficult to stop the fire."

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