Some 15 teens injured as glass doors smash at Tel Aviv concert venue

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 6, 2007 20:35

 
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Some 15 teens were lightly injured on Saturday after glass doors in Stand 1 in Tel Aviv's Ganei Ta'arucha smashed during a Tokyo Hotel concert. The glass broke due to the increased pressure exerted on it during the German band's concert. MDA teams treated most of the injured on the scene, while six of the casualties were evacuated to Tel Aviv's Dana Hospital for further treatment.

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