Update: Initially suspected ramming in Tel Aviv deemed traffic accident

Police say car struck motorcycle that then fell upon a row of bicycles.

May 22, 2017 11:42
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Police said on Monday that an incident that was initially reported as a suspected ramming attack in Tel Aviv was deemed to be a traffic accident.
Police said that during the incident, a car struck a motorcycle that then fell upon a row of bicycles on the corner of Nachalat Binyamin Street and Derech Jaffa, lightly injuring multiple people.

Security forces were at the scene.

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