House caught on fire from Israeli army teargas grenades

HEBRON, Fire broke out today in a Palestinian house in Arroub refugee camp in the south of the West Bank after Israeli soldiers fired several teargas grenades at it, according to Palestinian security and local sources.

They told WAFA that Israeli soldiers fired a barrage of teargas canisters at a house in the camp leading to outbreak of fire in the second floor of the three-story building.

Several residents were treated for smoke inhalation.

Soldiers have been harassing camp residents for several days and setting up a checkpoint at its entrance leading to outbreak of clashes.

Source: Palestinian News and Info Agency