3 injured in Tel Aviv Central Bus Station shoot out

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 16, 2012 07:15

 
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Three people were injured by gunfire during a fight in the central bus station on Solomon Street in Tel Aviv late Saturday night.

According to initial reports, one person was shot in the chest and the other on his hand. Police reported that the people involved appear to be African migrants. MDA were called to the scene. Two of those injured are said to be in critical condition, while the third is lightly injured.

The background to the incident is currently unclear.

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