Two mortar shells fired from Syria exploded in the northern Golan Heights late Monday afternoon.
No physical injuries or property damage was reported. One person suffered shock.
The IDF said that the shells exploded in an agricultural area. It estimates they were the result of stray fire in the Syrian war and were not intentionally aimed at Israel.
The Golan Heights has been hit dozens of times the past year by rifle fire and mortar shells, sometimes aimed at soldiers and civilians.