Kibbutz Sa'ad builds concrete wall to protect from missiles

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June 2, 2011 16:43

 
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Kibbutz Sa'ad on Thursday announced plans to build a concrete wall to protect cars and vehicles on its access road from missiles, Israel Radio reported. The plan comes after an attack last month near the kibbutz, in which Hamas terrorists inside the Gaza Strip fired an anti-tank missile fired at a school bus, killing a teenage boy.

According to the report, building the wall was one of the measures implemented following the attack. Additionally, a new access road that travels through Kibbutz Nahal Oz is being paved to provide an alternative route. Currently, school buses and other traffic are within a clear line of sight from the Strip.

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