JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Rockets fired from the Gaza Strip struck southern Israel.
Long-range Grad missiles fired Monday night struck the cities of Ofakim and Netivot. In Netivot, four people were treated for shock, and a parked car and a road were damaged when the rocket landed near a residential neighborhood.
The rocket landed near a hall where a wedding was taking place, according to Ynet, sending guests running for cover, Ynet reported.
Also Monday, a Kassam rocket landed in an open area in the Eshkol regional council, reportedly causing no damage.
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