Israel Fire and Rescue Services join rescue mission in Hebron

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 21, 2014 16:52

 
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Multiple forces are searching for the missing Israeli teens in Hebron. A special unit of Israel's Fire and Rescue Services has joined the effort Saturday afternoon, which is now focusing on caves and wells in the city.

Fire trucks were deployed to the area, along with large water pumps.

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