Two lightly injured in attempted car ramming attack in Kiryat Arba

June 24, 2016 14:58


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Two Israelis in their 50s were lightly injured in a suspected vehicular terror attack in the West Bank, just outside of the Kiryat Arba settlement on Friday afternoon.

The two Israelis had stopped at the bus stop, just outside the settlement to pick up hitchhikers when a car driven by a Palestinian woman rammed into them. Soldiers at the scene shot and killed her.

The two Israelis were transported to the Shaare Tzedek Medical Center in Jerusalem.

The IDF is still investigating the incident and will release more details later in the day.

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