Thanks. Can you be a little more specific, graphic, coordinates or in general, map it?
On Google Earth, look up Rosh Tzurim and you’ll see after the bridge a school, and a park with a few broken-down tractors. That’s where my son alleges the missile hit, around the tractors. I don’t know from coordinates or maps.
Went to the school. Spoke to the teacher in charge of security in his class. He said that the explosions my son heard came from the Arab village near Givaot that is mentioned in the article, which was hit. The missile bound that way set off sirens, and he got the kids to the shelter, where they stayed. No missile hit Rosh Tsurim, but the loudness of the explosions and the excitement of the rush to the shelter, plus the tension of waiting, made my son think that it did.
As for the rest, there was no crater that I could see in the tractor park, and that must have been my son’s imagination overheated by fear. He first told me that one child was injured, and later that turned into ten.
Even so, that itself completes the story of the hit on Gush Etzion. It caused untold trauma on the children and adults who were in the zone of danger. It still makes the war personal to me. And only an idiot believes that it has even started in earnest, let alone ended with this flimsy cease fire agreement.