IDF plane carrying Burgas blast wounded on way to Israel

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July 19, 2012 11:41

 
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An IDF Hercules plane carrying thirty-two of the 35 Israelis injured in the Burgas blast took off Thursday morning, and was due to land at Ben-Gurion Airport on Thursday afternoon.

An IDF medical team transferred the victims wounded in Wednesday's attack to a Hercules transport aircraft at the Burgas airport Thursday morning for evacuation back to Israel.

The terror attack targeting Israeli tourists, killed at least seven people in the city of Burgas, soon after a charter plane, Air Bulgaria flight 392 arrived from Ben-Gurion Airport. The seven includes five Israelis, the bus driver and the suicide bomber, according to the Foreign Ministry.

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