Report: Carmel fire findings to include harsh criticism

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July 6, 2011 08:53

 
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The preliminary findings from State Comptroller Micha Lindenstrauss' investigation on the massive Carmel fire that claimed the lives of over forty people will be far from "generic," Army Radio reported Knesset State Control Committee chair Yoel Hasson (Kadima) as saying Wednesday.

The Knesset State Control Committee will receive audited drafts of the report from Lindenstrauss to enable the committee to read and prepare reactions to the report prior to the state comptroller's appearance before the committee.

According to Army Radio, the potential scathing report will include harsh criticism on the handling of the fire from both the political and logistical levels.

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