Palestinian medical sources reported on Wednesday evening that one
child was shot and killed by Israeli military fire in Beit Hanoun, in
the northern part of the Gaza Strip. One woman was killed by a shell
fragment fired by the army at Abraj Al Nada area.
The sources identified the child Adham Khaled Al Sahbani, 14, from Beit Hanoun town. The child seriously injured after the army shelled several Palestinian houses in the area, and died of his wounds later on at the Al Shifa hospital in Gaza City.
In a separate attack, a Palestinian woman was killed after she was hit a shell fragment when the army fired artillery shells at several houses in Abraj Al Nada area, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.
The woman was identified as Asma' Abu Marsa, 45; at least two more residents were injured in the shelling.
Dr. Hassanen, head of the Emergency Unit at the Palestinian Ministry of Health, reported that three of the injured residents are in serious conditions, and seven are women and children.
On Wednesday evening, at least one resident was seriously injured after the army shelled several areas and houses in Skeikh Zayid city, north of Beit Lahia, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.
The resident was identified as Nour Ed Deen Abu Jabal.
Wednesday's death toll in the Gaza Strip arrived to four, and at least eighteen residents, including women and children, were injured.