Israeli emergency teams to leave for Nepal

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 26, 2015 06:15

 
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A joint mission of United Hatzalah and ZAKA was scheduled to leave Israel on Sunday afternoon to aid with the rescue mission in Nepal. The delegation was prepared to assist with the set up of field hospitals, handling the bodies and rescuing those who were trapped.

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