IDF says anti-tank missile fired from Gaza; medics say 2 critically wounded, 1 serious

Judah Ari Gross is The Times of Israel's religions and Diaspora affairs correspondent.

The Israel Defense Forces says an anti-tank guided missile was just fired from the northern Gaza Strip toward a target inside Israel near the community of Netiv Ha’asara, just north of the enclave.

Two people are critically injured and a third is seriously wounded in the attack, according to the Magen David Adom ambulance service.

The missile struck a jeep on the border.

On Monday, a man was injured by an anti-tank missile fired toward his vehicle near Gaza.

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