Police detain 3 for negligence after Ra'anana fire

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April 1, 2012 20:01

 
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Police detained three people on suspicion of negligence after a massive fire ripped through a Ra'anana warehouse in the city's industrial area on Sunday.

Police said the fire likely erupted at a storage area for paint, before spreading and reaching gas canisters, which subsequently exploded one after the other.

Those detained were employees of the warehouse, a police spokesman said. "We still don't know what kind of warehouse this was," the spokesman added.

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