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Israeli hospital forced underground
Photo Gallery Israel-Lebanon conflict extends to rescue personnel
Doctor Arie Eisenman, head of surgery at Western Galilee Hospital, and hospital staff helped move all patients into bomb-proof rooms underground after rockets struck the building as the Israel-Lebanon conflict continued. (Globe Photo / David Blumenfeld)
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As rockets rain down, a hospital takes cover

By Matthew Kalman
Globe Correspondent / July 25, 2006

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NAHARIYA, Israel -- When Katyusha rockets started falling around the Western Galilee Hospital on the outskirts of Nahariya in northern Israel, there was only one place to go -- underground. (Full article: 582 words)

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