Girl lightly injured after rocks thrown at bus in Jerusalem

Later on Monday, an Israeli was lightly injured in the West Bank after a firebomb was hurled at a bus he was riding in.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 1, 2014 22:44
IDF soldiers in Nablus

IDF soldiers patrol in Nablus [file]. (photo credit: REUTERS)

An unidentified assailant threw rocks at a bus as it was traveling along Uzi Narkiss Boulevard in Jerusalem on Monday injuring a three-year-old girl.

The victim was lightly hurt by shards of glass. She was rushed to Hadassah University Medical Center on Jerusalem’s Mount Scopus for treatment. Police are searching for the assailant.

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Later in the day, an Israeli was lightly injured after an unidentified assailant hurled a firebomb at a bus as it was driving along near Tapuah Junction in the West Bank.

The man was treated at the scene, and some damage was caused to the bus. IDF troops were quickly summoned to the scene and soon afterward began to search the premises for a suspect.


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