Rocket sirens sound in northern town on Lebanon border

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

Rocket sirens sound in the northern community of Shtula.

The alert comes shortly after a number of people were critically and seriously wounded in an anti-tank missile attack from Lebanon by the Hezbollah terror group.

That missile struck a number of vehicles near the northern community of Dovev, close to the border. Some of the victims were Israel Electric Corporation employees who had arrived to repair power lines damaged by previous fire from Lebanon.

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