After a few comparatively quiet days, northern Israel found itself pummeled by Hizbullah fire on Wednesday. One person was killed and at least 11 wounded as a result of the more than 200 rockets that rained down. 52-year-old David Martin Laucher was killed on Wednesday afternoon while riding his bicycle in Kibbutz Sa'ar, near Nahariya, after a rocket scored a direct hit on one of the kibbutz homes. Bringing another city under Hizbullah's sights, A Khabar-1 rocket landed near Beit She'an Wednesday. Israel, which claims the rocket is Iranian-made, confirmed the hit and said at least seven people were wounded. Beit Shean is about 70 kilometers (42 miles) south of the Lebanese border and marks the farthest town to date to come under fire. The death marked the first fatality since rockets began raining down all over the North on Wednesday morning after a relative lull in rocket attacks for two days. At least eight people were wounded by shrapnel - one in serious condition - in the morning's attacks, and 20 people were treated for shock. More than 200 rockets have fallen on northern cities so far. A barrage of at least six rockets reportedly fell in Haifa late Wednesday afternoon. No casualties or damage were reported.