Two rocket-propelled grenades fired from Syria on Saturday landed in a Lebanon border town, killing two people and wounding two others, Lebanon's National News Agency reported.
The victims in the Wady Khaled attack were Syrian refugees, the news agency said.
The Lebanese Red Cross issued conflicting numbers, saying one person was killed and four injured.
The victims were all from the same family and were transported to a hospital, said George Kettaneh, a spokesman for the Red Cross.
The fatality was a young girl, he said.