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Within Minutes: Three Salvoes Towards the Dan Bloc

After a day of quiet, a heavy salvo of rockets was fired at Tel Aviv, the Shefelah, and cities in the center. Hamas claimed the fire was aimed at Ben Gurion airport. The Israel Airports Authority denies this. The reports of fire towards Jerusalem are incorrect.

(Photo: Yonatan Zindel/Flash90)

A heavy salvo was fired today (Tuesday) towards the center of the country, Tel Aviv, Bat Yam, Rishon Letziyon, Petach Tikvah, and Givat Shmuel, and locations in the Shefelah. A rocket was reported fallen in Rishon Letziyon but with no mention of casualties.

Additional fire was aimed at Rishon Letziyon, Holon, Beit Dagan, and Bat Yam. Fire was later directed at the Sharon region, Herzliyah, and Ramat Hasharon. The city of Bnei Brak reported that interception parts were located in the city's Ramat Aharon neighborhood. The matter is being handled by the Police bomb squad.

An hour later, a heavy salvo was reported towards Beer Sheva, alongside sirens in Sderot and settlements along the Gaza Perimeter.

Magen David Adom reported after the sirens heard in the Dan Bloc and the Shefelah in the last few minutes that no calls came about rockets falling. MDA teams set out to treat a number of anxiety cases and people injured when trying to reach shelter. Hamas claim they fired towards Ben Gurion airport, though the Israel Airports Authority denies this claim. It should be noted that reports of sirens in Jerusalem are not correct.

Ichud Hatzalah report: following the hearing of sirens in the south and center of the country, the Chosen unit - Ichud Hatzalah's psychological first aid unit - treated a number of anxiety cases. A number of citizens who were lightly injured when heading for shelter were also treated.

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