Sunday, April 28, 2013


Israel:11 injured in fire at Israeli prison where ex-President Moshe Katsav kept.

Eleven people – seven guards, a prisoner and three firefighters – have been injured in a fire at Maasiyahu Prison in Ramle, south of Tel Aviv.

The cause of the incident was not immediately clear.

All of the injured were taken to hospital after suffering from smoke inhalation.

The blaze broke out in the jail’s carpentry factory, and the Israel Prison Service was considering whether to evacuate the prisoners, according to Haaretz.

However, as the fire was extinguished it was decided that an evacuation was unnecessary.

The jail’s most famous inmate is former Israeli President Moshe Katsav who has been serving a seven-year sentence since 2011 after being convicted on rape and other charges. 

Katsav was not among those injured in the fire.
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