JERUSALEM (JTA) — One of at least three rockets fired from Gaza on southern Israel landed at the entrance of a kindergarten in the town of Sderot.
The rockets were fired on Friday night, when school was not in session. The kindergarten building was damaged by the rocket. A second rocket landed on a residential street in Sderot, damaging a car and a home. A third was intercepted by the Iron Dome missile defense system.
Several town residents sought medical help for anxiety. Police visited the scene of the attack on Saturday night.
In response, Israel late on Friday night launched air strikes on Hamas military installations in Gaza, killing two Hamas operatives.
This story "Rocket Fired From Gaza Damages Kindergarten In Sderot" was written by JTA.