Two Israelis Dead, Over 90 Injured After Rockets Strike Ashkelon, Ashdod
The following is special coverage of the conflict between IDF and Hamas forces in the Gaza strip.
Two women were killed and more than 90 people were injured on Tuesday after rockets, fired from the Gaza Strip, slammed into a number of homes in Ashkelon and Ashdod. Four of the injured were members of the same family.
One of the women was in her 80s and the other was in her 60s.
The four family members were evacuated to Ashkelon's Barzilai Medical Center. Authorities said that the 40-year-old father was in moderate-to-serious condition suffering from injuries to his head. The mother, 39, was in moderate condition and the children suffered from light injuries.
Of those injured on Tuesday, five were children, 26 were in light condition, 13 were suffering from anxiety, one person was moderately injured and two other people were seriously injured. (JPost / VFI News)
"Lord we ask that you send your angels to protect the residents of the south. Heal those who were injured and comfort those who lost loved ones or property."
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