20-year-old carjack victim lightly injured in attack

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December 9, 2010 23:47

 
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A 20-year-old was injured Thursday night attempting to prevent the theft of his car at a gas station along the Geha highway.

The young man had pulled into the gas station to refuel his car when he was jumped by carjackers who took his car. He tried to chase after them was and was dragged by the car for several feet. 

The man was taken to an area hospital in Bnei Brak and was listed as being lightly injured from the attack.

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