18 people were injured Wednesday after a kamikaze drone hit a community center in Arab al-Aramshe, a Bedouin village in northern Israel.

The object that hit the community center was originally thought to be a missile, but it was later determined to be a kamikaze drone. It estimated that the UAV that exploded was an Iranian-made HESA Ababil drone.

The victims were evacuated to the Galilee Medical Center in Nahariya. Two of them are in serious condition, one is in moderate condition, and the others suffered light injuries. An MDA helicopter and an IDF helicopter aided the forces in treating the wounded.

The Hezbollah terror group claimed responsibility for the launches, saying that the rockets had a high amount of explosives and were very heavy. The terror group also claimed that they had been launched towards a military target.

The Magen David Adom (MDA) hotline received a report regarding five people who were injured at the scene.

No siren sounded prior to the strikes. The IDF is responding with artillery fire towards the source of the fire.

While first responders were caring for the victims, sirens sounded twice more in Arab al-Aramshe.

The IDF later confirmed the attack, stating, "Over the past hour, a number of launches from Lebanon were identified crossing into the area of Arab al-Aramshe in northern Israel. The IDF struck the sources of the fire."

"A short while ago, IDF fighter jets struck a Hezbollah military compound in the area of Ayta ash Shab in southern Lebanon where terrorists were operating."