IDF to test 'Code Red' siren in Gaza border towns

October 29, 2013 06:56


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The IDF will hold a routine test of the "Code Red" siren in several Gaza border towns on Tuesday.

The siren will sound in Ruhama (8:30), Sa'ad (10:30), Be’eri (12:30), Sde Nitzan (14:30) and Bnei Netsarim (16:30).

The siren might also be heard in the following towns: Dorot, Kfar Aza, Talmei Eliyahu, Tzohar, Ohad, Mivtahim, Neveh and Shlomit.

In the case of a real siren, a second "Code Red" siren will be heard in the relevant area.

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