Rocket fired from Gaza falls on western Negev, no injuries

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 29, 2012 12:24

 
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A rocket fired from Gaza landed in the western Negev early on Monday morning.

The rocket exploded in an open area. No injuries or damage were reported.

During the night, a total of 15 rockets were fired into the southern region, according to Army Radio.

The IDF later retracted the latest report of the rocket landing in the western Negev, explaining that it was likely due to a glitch in its detection system.

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