Reports: Bombing hits Israeli military vehicle

Israeli military medic tends to a Syrian man who was wounded in the ongoing violence in Syria, in a military hospital located in the Golan Heights near the border with Syria on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014. Since the Syrian conflict erupted almost three years ago hundreds of Syrians have received treatment in Israeli hospitals. (AP Photo/Menahem Kahana)
Israeli military medic tends to a Syrian man who was wounded in the ongoing violence in Syria, in a military hospital located in the Golan Heights near the border with Syria on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014. Since the Syrian conflict erupted almost three years ago hundreds of Syrians have received treatment in Israeli hospitals. (AP Photo/Menahem Kahana)

JERUSALEM (AP) — The Israeli military says several soldiers have been wounded by a bomb in the Golan Heights along the Syrian frontier.

The military gave no additional details on Tuesday’s incident. But Israeli TV stations described it as a roadside bomb that struck a military jeep as it was conducting a patrol, to which Israel responded with artillery fire. The reports said three soldiers were wounded in the bombing, one seriously.

The incident comes days after a roadside bomb exploded along Israel’s border with Lebanon. Israel blamed Hezbollah militants for the attack and fired at Hezbollah positions across the border.

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