Three rockets fired from Lebanon hit northern Israel on Wednesday, causing no casualties, emergency services said, in the second such attack in less than a week. Israel responded with artillery fire into south Lebanon, witnesses said. "Three rockets fired into Israel landed outside the city of Kiryat Shmona," police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said, according to Reuters.
A fire brigade spokesman in northern Israel said the rockets landed in fields and no one was hurt. Security sources in Lebanon said five rockets were fired but two fell short of the Israeli border.
Last Thursday, three rockets fired from Lebanon slammed into northern Israel, wounding two people.