Negev: Teams searching for 2 teens who went hiking

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February 19, 2010 09:06

 
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The Har Hanegev search and rescue team, together with trackers, was searching on Thursday morning for two teens who were hiking in the Be'erot Oded area.

The teens, 16- and 17-years old, were in the area together with a hiking group from central Israel and had not been contacted since Thursday evening.

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