Gaza blast kills Islamic Jihad operative

A member of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad movement was killed in an explosion in the northern Gaza Strip on Monday, Palestinian news agency Ma'an reported.
Two others were injured in the blast that Palestinian media referred to as a "work accident."
The military wing of the terrorist Islamic Jihad movement, the al-Quds Brigades, identified the casualty as 30-year-old Mazin Mohammad Lolo. The group referred to him as a “martyr who died on duty."
The cause of the blast was not initially clear.