Police suspect 'security incident' in Eilat Bay, many forces in area

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July 11, 2014 00:19

 
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Before midnight on Thursday Eilat Police said they suspected a "security incident" in Eilat Bay.

Police said that many of its forces as well as IDF soldiers were in the area and the road between the Princess Hotel and the Taba crossing with Egypt was closed.

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