Firefighters battling huge blaze at factory in Netanya

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January 14, 2013 16:07

 
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A major fire broke out at a paint factory in Netanya's industrial zone on Monday, raising fears that flammable materials could trigger an explosion.

Eight firefighting units arrived on the scene and were attempting to control the blaze.

It was unknown whether anyone was injured in the fire.


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