Two rockets from Gaza strike southern Israel
ByYaakov Lappin
18 June 2014 21:57
One rocket reportedly falls in southern community; no injuries reported; building sustains damage.
A rocket launched from the Gaza Strip.

Gaza rocket at sunset . (photo credit:REUTERS/ Darren Whiteside)

Two rockets fell in Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council on Wednesday night following a Code Red rocket alert siren.

The IDF said one of the rockets hit a community in the region and the second rocket fell in an open area. No injuries were reported, but a home did sustain damage from shrapnel from the projectile.

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Police were on their way to the scene.

Earlier in the week, Palestinian terrorists fired a salvo of rockets from Gaza at southern Israel. Two of the rockets were intercepted over the city of Ashkelon by an Iron Dome anti-rocket battery.

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