Sirens to be tested in Center, Judea and Samaria

March 28, 2012 08:32


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The IDF's Home Front Command will conduct a test of emergency sirens in the center of the country and in Judea and Samaria Tuesday morning at 11:05 a.m. A rising and falling siren will be heard for 90 seconds at Ben-Gurion Airport and in the following cities: Modi'in, Maccabim, Reut, Modi'in Ilit, Elad, Rosh Ha'ayin, Beit Dagan, and Shoham.

The siren will also be heard in the greater Modi'in area, the Binyamin region, Gezer, the southern Sharon region and in the Lod Valley.

In the case of a real emergency, a second alarm will be sounded.

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