70 Israelis injured in rocket attacks in last 24 hours

November 15, 2012 13:17


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Seventy Israelis have been injured in rocket attacks since the IDF launched Operation Pillar of Defense in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday, Channel 10 reported on Thursday.

According to Channel 10, 16 rocket victims suffering bodily injuries were admitted to Barzilai Medical Center in Ashkelon, including a four-year-old child suffering moderate injuries. Soroka Medical Center in Beersheba has treated 12 people suffering bodily injuries, and 30 additional people suffering shock. An additional 12 people were admitted to Kaplan Medical Center in Rehovot, two of whom suffered serious injuries.

Several of the injuries occurred while residents of the South were running to shelters.

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