The Defense Ministry says three mortars launched from the Gaza Strip hit the Erez Crossing between Israel and the coastal enclave.
According to the ministry, the terminal roof was damaged as a result of a fire, and shrapnel fell into the entrance hall.
The crossing is usually used by thousands of Palestinians to enter Israel each day for work.
However, it was shuttered last week amid the threat of a Palestinian Islamic Jihad attack on the border, and has remained closed amid the fighting.
3 mortar bombs fired from the Gaza Strip hit the "Erez" Crossing. The terminal roof was damaged as a result of the fire, and shrapnel damaged the entrance hall, an area that is used to facilitate the daily passage of thousands of Gazans that work in Israel. pic.twitter.com/AJaqSub5Z4
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