A rocket fired Friday morning from Gaza struck a vehicle in Kibbutz Mefalsim in southern Israel.
The Sha'ar Hanegev Council said, "Following the latest rocket fire, a rocket landed in Kibbutz Mefalsim. No one was injured, but damage was caused to property."
Other rockets struck homes and other structures near the Gaza border, causing severe damage to a packaging plant.
Meanwhile, a resident of Sderot suffered light injuries while running to a bomb shelter. She received medical treatment and was evacuated to the hospital.
Rocket fire towards Israel resumed early Friday morning, after reports had come out that Israel and Hamas had agreed to extend the ceasefire by one additional day. Hamas did not pass Israel a list of hostages to be freed, and before 6:00a.m. fired towards an Israeli community on the Gaza border.
Following repeated rocket fire an hour later, the IDF announced, "Hamas violated the operational pause, and in addition, fired toward Israeli territory. The IDF has resumed combat against the Hamas terrorist organization in the Gaza Strip."
The Prime Minister's Office said, "The Hamas-ISIS terror group violated the agreement, did not keep its commitment to release, today, all of the women hostages, and launched rockets at Israel's citizens," the PMO said in a statement.
"With the renewal of the fighting, we emphasize: The government of Israel is committed to achieving the goals of the war: to release our hostages, eliminate Hamas, and ensure that Gaza will never again present a threat to Israel's citizens."