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IDF identifies impact site from last night’s Gaza rocket

Emanuel (Mannie) Fabian is The Times of Israel's military correspondent.

A ball of fire and a plume of smoke rise above buildings in southern Gaza as Israeli warplanes strike the Palestinian enclave on December 4, 2022. (AFP)
A ball of fire and a plume of smoke rise above buildings in southern Gaza as Israeli warplanes strike the Palestinian enclave on December 4, 2022. (AFP)

Security forces have located the site of a rocket impact, after it was launched from the Gaza Strip at southern Israel last night.

A crater is found in a wheat field close to the border town of Nahal Oz.

The rocket was not intercepted, as it was heading for an unpopulated area.

Early this morning, the Israeli Air Force struck targets in the Gaza Strip in response to the attack.

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