Firefighters stage drill at Ramat Gan Diamond Exchange

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May 8, 2012 17:38

 
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Some 60 firefighters staged a drill at Ramat Gan's Israel Diamond Exchange on Tuesday in order to practice operating in high-rise buildings. The drill took place in the Exchange's three buildings.

The scenario simulated an arson attack on multiple floors, and included evacuation of employees, as well as search-and-rescue operations.

Diamond Exchange's President Yair Sahar and other senior officials took part in the simulation.

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