An anti-tank missile launched from lebanon struck an orchard close to Margaliot, a town on Israel's northern border, killing one indian national and injuring two more. news agency PTI reports that the event took place on Monday. The report said that the three indians were from Kerala. According to Zaki Heller, a spokesman for rescue services Magen David Adom (MDA), the missile struck a plantation in Margaliot, a moshav (communal agricultural community) in the Galilee region of northern israel, on monday at approximately 11:00 a.m.
 

The victim was recognised as Keralan Patnibin Maxwell, who lived in Kollam.
 
Bush Joseph George and Paul Melvin were recognised as the two injured Indians.
 
"George sustained injuries to his face and torso and was sent to the Beilinson hospital in Petah Tikva. He was placed under observation following surgery, is making a full recovery. He was able to communicate with his indian relatives," an official source stated.
 
Melvin is being treated at Ziv Hospital in Safed, a city in northern israel, after suffering minor injuries. He is from Kerala's idukki district.
 

The strike was thought to have been carried out by the Shi'ite Hezbollah group in lebanon, which has been supporting Hamas during the ongoing conflict in the Gaza Strip by shooting rockets, missiles, and drones towards northern israel on a daily basis since october 8.
 

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