2 injured by stones in Haifa over Yom Kippur

2 injured by stones in H

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September 28, 2009 21:28

 
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Two motorists were injured by rocks thrown at their vehicles on Haifa's Hagana Street on Sunday night. In the first attack, a 17-year-old sustained light head injuries when a rock was thrown at his car. In the second incident, a 40-year-old was wounded in his hand by a rock thrown at his car on the same street. Police sealed off the street to traffic until the end of Yom Kippur, and have launched a search for the youths behind the attacks. A third rock-throwing attack was reported at Tzabar Junction at the entrance to Kiryat Motzkin, in which an Israel Electric Corporation vehicle was damaged.

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