VIDEO - Hizbullah rocket fire continues: About 8:15 a.m. Saturday, sirens were activated in Akko, Nahariya, Carmiel and the Haifa vicinity. Hits were identified in Haifa’s northern suburbs. A 60-year-old woman from Kiryat Atta was rushed to the Rambam Hospital in Haifa, after she suffered a heart attack during the air raid siren. Doctors were unable to rescuscitate her and she passed away. Her neighbors related that she had been running towards the bomb shelter after the siren sounded, but on her way back to her apartment she collapsed. Six people were lightly injured from shrapnel, and some ten more suffered from shock. The police reported some eleven hit sites in Kiryat Yam, Kiryat Motzkin and Kiryat Bialik. Four rockets fell in Kiryat Yam, one of them hitting a residence. An additional rocket landed in a backyard, causing damage to houses and cars. Deputy head of the Carmel district MDA, Meir Vanish, said that “the injured were transferred to all the hospitals in Haifa. The damage in the area was especially great.” Sappers succeeded in extracting a motor from part of one of the fallen rockets and discovered that they are 220 mm in diameter, like those that previously fell on Haifa. The police said that most of the wounded were civilians who didn’t enter fortified structures upon hearing the warning sirens and reminded the public “to stay in the vicinity of fortified structures and enter them following an alert.” Rocket hits Kiryat Yam (Photo: Ophir Afargan) The rocket hits were heard and felt intensely Saturday morning. Kfir, a resident of Kiryat Bialik, told Ynet: “My whole house shook. From my porch, I saw a cloud of heavy, black smoke hovering above one of the houses.” Another resident, Relli Shnell, said that she got to the shelter in time and, when she closed the door, heard a number of loud explosions. “The shelter shook from the force of the blast,” she recounted. “Fortunately, the only damage was to property, and this can be fixed.” She said that, in the past three weeks, she has become accustomed to hearing explosions because she works in Haifa, but is not accustomed “to the missiles coming to my house in the Krayot.” Smoke over Kiryat Yam (Photo: Oshri Gozlan) Oshri Gozlan, from Kiryat Yam, said, “We heard the siren and we immediately went down to the protected rooms. I’m looking outside now and I see tons of smokes. The houses here are close to each other. I heard ambulances and police arriving.” Yossi Zohar, from Kiryat Yam, whose home was damaged from a rocket hit, and nearby cars went up in flames, asked to pass on a message to Nasrallah: “After thirty years of Katyushas, your channels don’t scare us. The time has come for you to understand that we are staying here but that, soon, you will no longer stay in Lebanon.” Friday Hizbullah fired over 200 rockets at Israeli communities, killing three civilians – one in Mrar and two in Majd al-Krum. The terror group has been steadily intensifying its attacks on Israel, and more rockets are fired daily further into Israeli territory.