Five wounded in suspected car ramming attack near Jerusalem

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
July 7, 2019 00:34
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Five people were wounded in a suspected ramming attack on Saturday night near the West Bank town of Hizma, near Jerusalem.

The incident is still under investigation. Two of the injured are in moderate condition. The other three are lightly wounded."IDF soldiers arrived at the scene during an operation," said an IDF spokesperson. "As a result of being hit by a vehicle, five IDF soldiers were injured. The injured were transferred for treatment in a hospital."

The IDF spokesperson added that "IDF forces are searching the area for the vehicle that hit the soldiers. The circumstances of the incident are still being investigated."

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