Another Kassam lands in open field south of Ashkelon

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March 22, 2011 21:39

 
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A Kassam rocket landed in an open field south of Ashkelon Tuesday night, in the latest incident in a day that saw multiple rocket and mortar launches from the Gaza Strip as well as several IDF artillery and air strikes in retaliation.

No injuries or property damage was reported from the latest rocket launch.

The IDF asked residents in the Gaza border vicinity to remain close to protected rooms in case of further launches.

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