J'lem: 2 children badly injured in apartment fire

Two children in a family of six were very seriously injured in a fire in an apartment in Jerusalem Monday morning.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 24, 2005 07:38

 
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Two children in a family of six were very seriously injured in a fire in an apartment in Jerusalem Monday morning. The mother and two other children in the family were lightly injured. The father sustained moderate injuries. According to Channel 2 television, police suspected that the fire began after the two children, aged two and six, played with matches. The apartment, located at Shmuel Hanavi 1, in an ultra-Orthodox neighborhood of the capital, sustained heavy damage in the fire. All the injured were evacuated to Hadassah Ein Karem.


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