Tel Aviv police prepare for Ozzy Ozbourne concert

September 27, 2010 13:08


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Police are making preparations on Monday ahead of a concert by world famous singer Ozzy Ozbourne on Tuesday at Ganei Yehoshua, part of the Hayarkon Park, in Tel Aviv.

Tel Aviv Police will post traffic guidelines on its website ahead of the concert.

Dep.-Cmdr. Albert Ohion has been tasked with overseeing preparations to secure the event, which will include maintaining public order and directing traffic. Dozens of Border Police, Civil Guard volunteers and security guards will assist police on Tuesday.

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