Six injured in schoolhouse roof collapse in southern Israel

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November 5, 2017 13:42

 
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Six  construction workers were hurt when a roof collapsed in a school in the village of Al -Sayid in southern Israel on Sunday.

Search and rescue forces streamed to the location and managed to remove everyone out of the building and treated  the injuries on the scene. Two of the workers were taken to hospital by Magen David Adom in moderate condition, suffering head and limb injuries. Four more workers suffered only light cuts and bruises to their limbs.

Police said they were looking into the cause of the collapse.


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