Police to question owners of Bnei Brak nursing home

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March 18, 2012 14:26

 
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The police on Sunday called in for questioning the owners of the Bnei Brak nursing home in which 17 residents and workers were injured during a fire last night, according to Israel Radio.


A complaint has been filed with the police that in order to get a license for operating, the owners of the nursing home forged documents falsely stating that the fire department had approved the conditions at the home.


The police also intend to examine the officials who accepted the allegedly forged documents and issued the owners' approvals without properly checking the documents' authenticity.


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