On July 22, an Israeli soldier was killed, when a military vehicle carrying diesel fuel overturned in the Golan Heights, near the border with Lebanon. The incident took place at Mount Dov in the Hermon region.
The killed soldier was identified as Nahal Brigade Corporal Sahar Algazar, 20, from Moshav Ranen.
Earlier on the same day day, two shells landed in the Israeli-occupied farm area after being fired during an Israeli military drill. The shells sparked fires in the area and prompted Israel to scramble firefighting vehicles. An Israeli battle tank also fired 14 shells near Bustra.
The Israeli miltary increased security in the occupied area and launched a tactical drill after the recent Israeli strikes on Syria killed a Hezbollah fighter.
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