Four rockets fired from Syria killed one person and injured two others in Al-Labwa village in the northern Bekaa, Lebanon, on Saturday, official media reported.
The rockets were fired from the Syrian territories and crashed between Al-Labwa heights and An-Nabi Othman village claiming life of one person and wounded two others, the reports noted. The names nor ages of the casualties were not revealed.
The Lebanese forces closed the land crossing over the Grand River between Lebanon and Syria, as well as deploying forces near the borders.
There have been attacks by rockets from the Syrian territories killing and injuring a number of Lebanese citizens.