Israeli rescue team saves trapped worker in Kenya

January 24, 2006 13:12

Around 15 minutes after arriving at the scene of a building collapse in Kenya, the Home Front rescue team sent by Israel extricated a Kenyan rescue worker who had fallen and was lightly injured. Until now, 104 injured people have been pulled from the rubble. The army estimated that another 100 people were still trapped in the debris. The rescue efforts were continuing. The Israeli team, led by Maj.-Gen. Gershon Yitzhak, is made up of around 80 soldiers and officers.

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