Rocket FragmentLanded in Tel Aviv

Documentation: They Left the Protected Space Ahead of Time and this is what Happened. Watch.

Two Tel Aviv residents who left the protected area before the time specified in the instructions almost paid for it with their lives, when a huge fragment of a rocket landed a few centimeters from them. View the documentation.

The directives of the Home Front Command emphasize that when an alarm sounds, one must enter protected areas and leave them only after about ten minutes. The reason: parts of rockets that may fall as a result of an Iron Dome interception and cause devastating results. Two Tel Aviv residents who left the protected area before the time specified in the instructions almost paid for it with their lives, when a huge fragment of a rocket landed a few centimeters from them.

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