Two Israelis injured by Hizbullah anti-aircraft shrapnel
Two residents of the northern Israeli settlement of Shlomi were injured Tuesday from anti-aircraft rocket shrapnel after Hizbullah fired the barrage at Israeli fighter jets along the Israeli Lebanese border.
Earlier, Lebanese police said Israeli fighter-bombers violated Lebanon's airspace in what is an almost daily occurrence.
One of the injured was reportedly hit by a piece of shrapnel on the upper part of his body. Israeli police and emergency services were at the scene. As a result of the firing, a fire broke out in an open field near the settlement of Shlomi. Fire squads were sent to the site. (Albawaba.com)
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