Netanya gas blast suspects to be released, tenants moved

June 22, 2011 09:32


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The two men arrested for involvement in the Netanya gas explosion were expected to be released Wednesday following a police request to the Petah Tikva Magistrates Court that the men be placed under restrictive conditions.

Pazgas company technician Daniel Yisrael, and and Rahamim Guetta were arrested following last Thursday's blast.

As was promised by Housing and Construction Minister Ariel Attias (Shas), tenants will be moved to new hosing in a Bnei Akiva building in Netanya, and the city is considering renovating the destroyed building.

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