Three wounded in rocket strike on Tel Aviv apartment - GulfToday

Three wounded in rocket strike on Tel Aviv apartment

A view shows a firefighter working to put out a fire at a residential apartment building after a rocket, fired from the Gaza Strip. Reuters

Gulf Today Report

Three Israelis were injured in a missile attack on a residential building in Tel Aviv, on Friday, shortly after sirens sounded in the city.

Magen David Adom, which provides first aid to Israelis, said on the “X” platform that its paramedics treated a young man with moderate injuries to the head and limbs, before transferring him to Ichilov Hospital.

Magen David added, through its account on the “X” platform, that its paramedics “are providing medical treatment to two (others) injured people, whose condition is minor.”

Video clips posted on social media platforms showed fire breaking out in one of the residential apartments.

Israeli Army Radio said that a missile fell on a residential building.

The Israeli army announced the sound of sirens in Tel Aviv and central Israel.

According to the Israeli army’s tweets on the X platform, the sirens sounded twice.

Sirens also sounded in the city of Ashdod in southern Israel, the sixth largest Israeli city.

Related articles