Several employees rescued from Ya'arot Hacarmel hotel

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December 4, 2010 09:54

 
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The Ya'arot Hacarmel hotel was seriously threatened by the Carmel fire Saturday morning. Firefighters said that flames had reached a building that people were inside. Police, fire and rescue services managed to remove several hotel employees.

One suffered from smoke inhalation and was taken for medical treatment. Reports said that the employees had already been evacuated but returned to the hotel on their own.

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