MDA alertness at one level under highest for Pessah

By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVITCH
April 17, 2011 17:53

 
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The second-highest level of preparedness has been put in action by Magen David Adom for coping with emergencies during the seven-day Pessah holiday that begins on Monday night.

More than 250 ambulances, 75 mobile intensive care units and 100 motorcycles have been prepared, with special alertness in the south where missile attacks have been occurring in recent days. Hundreds of MDA medics and volunteers will be on duty, especially at public places where crowds will assembly.

Call 101 for help.


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