Blast involving parked car leaves two hurt in Ashdod

April 20, 2015 22:02


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An explosion apparently involving a parked car in Ashdod left at least two people injured on Monday night.

According to initial reports, the vehicle was struck by a grenade or explosive device.

Magen David Adom paramedics were providing medical treatment to two people hurt by shrapnel. According to MDA, a 20-year-old woman was lightly injured while a 38-year-old man suffered moderate injuries.

Further details regarding the incident were not yet known.

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