Layers Baomer is a Jewish religious festivity where some Orthodox Jewish directions teeth campfires or take on pilgrim trip to Bar Yochai’s grave. He was a Jewish religious leader of the second century. The year’s layer of Baomer at His Gravs in Meron in North Israel should be the largest folk party in the Israel Corona crisis was overcome.
The party ended in a disaster. Due to a large number of participants or material failure, or possibly both, parts of the Tribrune plant broke together. Several people were masted by walls and taken as collapsed, others were killed and wound at the mass panicle that occurred.
– It’s a very hard sight. We see vision today as we have not seen in Israel since the worst days of terrorist waves in the early 2000s. I have no words, says Dov Maisel, Vice President in the Rescue Service United Hatzalah.
One of the wounded narrator to the canal can about the dramatics that occurred:
– There was scream and chaos, and I lay upstairs some who did not breathe. The only thing I thought was that I didn’t want my child to become orphan.
Friday morning, many of the relatives have not yet been informed that their loved ones have died. The rescue personnel on site tells that there are many phones around the disaster area that rings again and again.
– The phones of the dead will not stop calling and we see that there are telephone calls from “mother” and “my dear wife”, says Motti Bokchin to the military radio channel Galei Tzahal.
It is also believed to be children among the killed and wounded. Many families participate in layers of Baomer and in some Jewish directions there is a tradition that 3 year old boys are cut for the first time during celebration of layers of Baomer.
The police chief in the northern district of Israel, Shimon Lavi, says he takes responsibility for the tragedy and welcomes an investigation. Allegedly caused warnings that the narrow output where the disaster happened was dangerous. Israeli The Ministry of Justice states that they have begun to investigate the disaster and what went wrong.
Denmark’s Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofoed and Ambassador Anne Dorthe The Rigue sends both their deepest compassion with the survivors and they wounded via Twitter.
Norway’s ambassador in Israel, Kåre AAS, writes on Twitter that he sends his deepest compassion to survivors after the tragedy of the tragedy and that he wants good improvement to the many wounded.
The clip shows a bit of the celebration in the hours before the disaster hit: