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Roth spoke to a family whose home was demolished by rocket fire in Beer Sheva, Israel. The family of two parents and five children, including a 9 year-old, told CNN they had a 30-second warning before fleeing to their concrete safe room on the bottom floor. The family was unharmed and the 9 year-old said she "isn't scared at all."Follow @lindarothcnn
See more of Linda Roth's reporting here and tune in to CNN’s Situation Room today at 4pm ET to watch Blitzer's full report.
Situation Room supervising producer Linda Roth, who is in the field with Wolf Blitzer in Israel, shot this iReport video today at a high school in Ashlekon as she and the crew ran for shelter while sirens blared. The school had been hit by a rocket earlier in the morning. 'The sirens went off minutes after we arrived. The camera was hanging around my neck,' she said.
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(CNN) - As the violence continues in Israel and Gaza, CNN’s Wolf Blitzer is reporting on the conflict from Jerusalem, where he will anchor “The Situation Room” this week.
Tune in Monday at 4pm ET for Blitzer’s report from Ashkelon, Israel, a town just north of the Gaza border which has been repeatedly targeted by rocket attacks from Hamas militants in recent days.
Blitzer described Ashkelon as “eerie” as the cafés and beaches are deserted. As soon as he arrived, there was a series of loud booms, air raid sirens went off and soldiers rushed Blitzer and others to a bomb shelter.
I'm in Ashkelon where sirens went off & we heard some loud booms. Ran w/ others into a shelter. Iron Dome apparently worked.—
Wolf Blitzer (@wolfblitzer) November 19, 2012
Blitzer is also interviewing former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Israel Defense Forces spokeswoman Avital Leibovich and Israeli Government spokesman Mark Regev from Jerusalem.
Also in today’s show, Frederik Pleitgen and Christiane Amanpour report from Israel, and Anderson Cooper, Arwa Damon and Ben Wedeman report from Gaza City.
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