Three wounded by Kassams in Sderot

Attack comes after mayor asks Olmert, Peretz to help protect Sderot residents.

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October 13, 2006 08:48
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One person was moderately wounded and two people including a young boy were lightly wounded as two Kassam rockets hit residential areas in Sderot Friday evening. Magen David Adom teams evacuated the wounded to Barzilai Hospital in Ashkelon, and treated several other people at the scene who were suffering from shock. 5 family members killed in Gaza raid Minor damage was caused to houses and vehicles. The attack came after Sderot mayor Eli Moyal relayed a letter to Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Defense Minister Amir Peretz asking the government for help to ensure residents' safety during Simhat Torah celebrations.

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