Fireworks aimed at cars driving in Jerusalem; Damage caused to vehicles

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 18, 2015 00:36

 
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Fireworks were fired at cars driving  in the Har Homa neighborhood in Jerusalem on Saturday, Israel Police reported.

One of the fireworks was fired at a car containing a family from Tekoa, including three children. The vehicle was damaged, but nobody was wounded in the attack.

A car following them was also damaged from the fireworks.

A third car was hit by rocks and damaged was caused.

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