Officer injured in overnight Jenin operation in stable condition

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September 1, 2015 10:23

 
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A member of Israel's police special forces who was moderately injured on Monday night during an operation carried out in the West Bank city of Jenin was considered to be in stable condition on Tuesday.

The officer was evacuated to Rambam medical center in Haifa, where he was determined to be in moderate to stable condition.

The officer is recovering from surgery on his lower body and has regained consciousness. He is expected to remain hospitalized for several days.

An investigation has been opened to determine if he was injured due to friendly fire.

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