Patriot missile launched at UAV approaching from Syria
No details yet on whether the UAV was hit.
A Patriot missile was lauched near the northern city of Tzfat (Safed) Friday afternoon.
A UAV was shot down after it invaded Israeli airspace from Syria on Wednesday. It was manufactured in Iran, News 2 reported Thursday night.
According to the report, the UAV was found to be an Ababil drone, an Iranian-produced model which specializes in reconnaissance, photography and assault missions.
The drone flew 10 kilometers into Israel before it was shot down by an Israeli Patriot missile. The incident caused the Red Alert siren to sound in the Golan Heights and the Jordan Valley.