Two explosions heard in Eilat, cause unknown

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August 15, 2012 22:44

 
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Security forces were sweeping an area in Eilat on Wednesday night after two blasts were heard in the vicinity. The cause of the blasts was unknown.

Many residents of Eilat called the police's emergency number after hearing the blasts, police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said.

"At the moment, police ground units are searching different areas for possible rockets that landed. As of now, no injuries have been reported," Rosenfeld said.

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