Two rockets fall in Beersheba area, no injuries

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April 9, 2011 03:52

 
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Two additional rockets fell in the Beersheba area on Friday overnight after sirens went off.

No injuries were reported, but residents of the area reported hearing an explosion.

The Iron Dome counter-missile defense system intercepted one of the rockets. It is not clear if the other rocket was intercepted.

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