Home Front to drill emergency siren in Center, South

November 29, 2011 23:00


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OC Home Front Command will conduct security drills in central and southern Israel on Wednesday, Army Radio reported Tuesday.

Warning sirens will sound at 10:05 a.m. for a minute and a half in the following cities: Elad, Beerot Yithak, Magshimim, Mazor, Nahshonim, Nahane Nahshonim, Nofach, Nahalim, Einat, Rosh Haayin, and Rintiya.

At 11:05 a.m., another minute and a half siren will sound in the Gvulot communities, Tzeelim, and Mahane Tzeleim in the South.

In case of a real emergency, an additional siren will sound immediately following the drill.

Additional details can be found by dialing 1027, or on the Home Front Command website, oref.org.il.

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