Home Front Command deploys many units to Tel Aviv crash site

September 5, 2016 12:37

The IDF Home Front Command deployed several search and rescue teams and doctors to the site of the Tel Aviv parking lot crash on Monday.

Three search and rescue crews from the Ram, Shaham, and Tavor battalions, each comprising of 15 rescue officials, were deployed. A 60-member national reserves search and rescue company was also sent to the site, and three platoons from the Home Front Command's Central District, made up of 33 rescue workers and four doctors, also arrived at the scene.

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