26 injured by Gaza rocket fire on Thursday, 625 since beginning of operation

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July 31, 2014 22:31

 
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On Thursday, 26 people were injured as a result of Gazan rockets being fired at Israel, according to statistics provided by Magen David Adom. One of those people sustained serious injuries when a car was hit by a Gazan rocket. 

They reported that they have treated 625 people since Operation Protective Edge began, of which 117 were treated for shock.

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