42 Israeli Schoolchildren Lost, Rescued in Hike Near Dead Sea
Nahal Og near the Dead Sea in southern Israel.

42 Israeli Schoolchildren Lost, Rescued in Hike Near Dead Sea

Some 42 Israeli school children in grades 5-8 got lost in Nahal Og near the Dead Sea in southern Israel during a school trip. The missing children got separated from the rest of the group on Monday afternoon. They were found after an extensive search by drones and the Israel Police’s Megilot Dead Sea Search and Rescue team. They were rescued by 11 p.m. on Monday and given food and blankets.

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