World’s largest underground hospital in Israel at the ready in case of missile attacks

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Rambam Hospital in Haifa, Israel is just 20 miles from the Lebanese border and is susceptible to missile attacks if war with Hezbollah breaks out. NBC News’ Josh Lederman takes a look at the underground facility the hospital built in case its 1,500 doctors and nearly 2,000 patients need to relocate.

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