‘Here we go again?’

While Beersheba better prepared to deal with emergencies than during period before Cast Lead, last week’s two Grads were a harsh awakening.

By YOCHEVED MIRIAM RUSSO
March 31, 2011 23:19
A car damaged from a rocket attack

Rocket attack damage car windshield 521 (R). (photo credit: Reuters)

 
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The first warning came from Emma, a little mixed-breed dog who’s part of the Klein family. “Emma barked,” Sarah Kashin Klein recalled.

“She’s a smart cookie. From her experience during Cast Lead, she runs for our shelter whenever she hears loud noises, including firecrackers or sonic booms. But this time it was 5:30 a.m., and all she did was bark – just once.

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