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Large crater near Herzliya after factory explosion

The cause of the blast is not known, and no one was hurt.

The damage caused by an explosion from an unknown source, in the field of an abandoned factory in Herzliya, June 23, 2023. Photo by Flash90.
The damage caused by an explosion from an unknown source, in the field of an abandoned factory in Herzliya, June 23, 2023. Photo by Flash90.

An old, underground bunker, which reportedly stored three tons of explosives, apparently exploded on June 22, forming a large crater near Herzliya.

According to reports, the hole is some 26 feet wide. Some posting on social media said they smelled explosives. Residents were told to close windows to avoid harmful gas.

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