Israel: Hiker airlifted after stepping on land mine planted in abandoned building

Posted on October 31, 2013 • Filed under: Israel, Mediterranean, Tourist Injured

Timesofisrael.com reported that, a hiker was moderately injured Wednesday afternoon after he trod on a mine inside an abandoned building in the Jordan Valley. The man, in his mid- 30s, stepped on the landmine while walking through an abandoned building in Moshav Yardena, south of the Sea of Galilee. According to Channel 2, the man’s foot was severed in the blast. Read Article

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