Pazgas workers to give testimonies over Netanya gas blast

June 19, 2011 09:30


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Employees of Pazgas, a subsidiary of Israel's largest fuel company, and Netanya municipal workers were invited Sunday to give testimonies to the police following Thursday night's deadly gas explosion which rocked a four-story building in Netanya and left four people dead and at least 90 others injured.

The Pazgas employees will be asked to provide details on how gas tanks were maintained in the building on Atzmaut Street in the city.

An investigation into the incident has so far led to the arrest of two suspects, but police say evidence in the case is still missing, and the perpetrator behind the explosion is still unknown.

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