Rocket fired from Gaza lands in Lachish area; no injuries

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August 4, 2011 20:17

 
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A rocket was fired from Gaza into southern Israel on Thursday night. Air raid sirens in local regional councils were heard and residents fled for cover.

Police say they believe the rocket landed in the Lachish area and the police bomb squad is searching for the location of impact.

No injuries or damages were reported.

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