Two Israeli soldiers were killed and seven wounded on Wednesday in a Hizbullah attack on a military convoy along the Lebanese-Israeli border.

The Israeli army announced that two of its troops were killed, while a spokesman said seven Israeli soldiers were “lightly-to-moderately wounded” in the attack.

Chief Israeli army spokesman Brigadier General Moti Almoz explained that the unrest unfolded when an anti-tank missile fired from the South struck an Israeli military vehicle that was traveling with other vehicles, reported Jerusalem Post.

No one was kidnapped in the incident, he added.