Girl suffers from shock as Kassam lands near Sderot

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March 17, 2010 22:28

 
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Hours after the Hamas leadership called for a third intifada, a Kassam rocket was launched from the Gaza Strip on Wednesday night, landing not far from Sderot.

Following a relatively long period of calm, the Code Red alarm system sounded over Sderot once again, followed by an explosion.

Two people suffered from shock as a result of the blast, one of them a girl. They were treated by an MDA team and evacuated to a shock treatment center.

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