J'lem: 2 stone throwing incidents damage light rail, bus

By MELANIE LIDMAN
October 10, 2011 23:19

 
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Two stone throwing incidents in Jerusalem on Monday night caused damage to the light rail and an Egged bus.

In Beit Hanina, rocks thrown at the light rail damaged the windshield, though no injuries were reported.

Next  to the Old City rocks were thrown at a number 2 Egged bus, causing the driver to lose control and slam into a wall.

The bus driver was lightly injured from the impact and treated on the scene by Magen David Adom paramedics. None of the passengers were injured though the bus was damaged. Police opened investigations into both of the incidents.

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