MDA asks public not to drive by Sheba Medical Center

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March 4, 2010 17:32

 
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Magen David Adom on Thursday afternoon asked the public not to drive by the Sheba Medical Center in Tel Hashomer, due to heavy traffic jams in the area.

A road that collapsed on Rehov Emek Ha'ela, near the medical center, caused the congestion. No one was injured in the collapse, which apparently occurred due to a faulty sewage system.

Technicians were working to fix the road.


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