Johnny Dollar has the video of FNC’s David Lee Miller coming under rocket fire.
UPDATE: Here’s a transcript of the incident…
David Lee Miller: “Oh my goodness, we are under attack here now one more time. We are being fired upon by rockets here. I’m going to ask my photographer to stay on my here while I grab a flack jacket. Can you hand me a jacket there, Miriam?
That was one of many rockets that hit northern Israel today. We have been hit by as many as 80 of these in the north a short time ago. We had a dozen or so that hit us here in Kiryat Shmona. I’m looking around now to asses the damage It seems to hit something in a field. I don’t know what we can show for censorship reasons. Can we show that? We are going to cover our camera for a second and focus on the damage. We have another camera here to show the damage? We are going to do it that way. We’ll let you see the damage for yourself.
It was only a short time ago that here in Kiryat Shmona, two homes were hit. The rockets tore through the roofs of those homes. And, we also had an industrial plant here, some type of plant that manufactured home products. The facility was very seriously damaged. Almost destroyed. As I look over my shoulder here we can see smoke in the distance. As the rockets land they cause fires. There were a couple of fires today at the homes of the industrial facility that was hit. And often times when it hits the wooded areas as well, there are fires as well. AS I talk to you now Gretchen I’m looking around here — we have one, two — I’m going to let you listen to them. They usually come in threes. This may have to do with the way the launchers are configured. Here it comes. Woah! That was a little too close for comfort. Excuse me if I jump out of frame occasionally here.
Gretchen Carlson: We totally understand.
Let me describe for you why I jumped out of our camera frame here. What you normally hear is a big whoosh sound and then the impact of an explosion. That was too close for comfort. Usually with outgoing you hear a blast and then an echo throughout the valley. That definitely sounded like incoming, and like everyone else here, I am a little on edge. All Kiryat Shmona is on edge. One thing to be mindful of that i said before, and I’ll say it again. Most of the people that live in this town have decided to flee. It’s about 6:30 in the evening here.