Several incendiary balloon fires burning in South

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
June 12, 2019 14:37
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Three fires suspected to be caused by incendiary balloons sent from Gaza are reportedly burning in the South's Eshkol Regional Council, Mako reported on Wednesday afternoon.

A large fire is also burning near Kibbutz Nachal Oz.One of the three fires in the Eshkol region is burning next to a tree grove.Firefighters and emergency personnel are on the scene dealing with the blazes and are attempting to extinguish the fires.



This comes after at least eight fires believed to be caused by incendiary balloons were reported on Tuesday in the South.

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