Two lightly injured on way to bomb shelters in central Israel

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July 13, 2014 17:34

 
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Paramedics treated a woman in her early 40s who was lightly injured while on her way to a bomb shelter in Hadera following rocket attacks, Magen David Adom reported Sunday afternoon.

In Netanya, paramedics also treated a 24-year-old woman who was lightly injured on her way to a bomb shelter.

Five people were treated for shock in Holon, Petah Tivka and Tel Aviv.

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