Palestinian rams car into Israelis in West Bank, injuring three

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May 14, 2015 13:37

 
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Israeli authorities suspect that a Palestinian national rammed his vehicle into a group of Israeli civilians in the West Bank on Thursday in what is being tentatively treated as a terrorist attack.

Magen David Adom rescue service said that it had received a distress call reporting an incident on Route 60 near the old Alon Shvut junction, just southwest of Bethlehem.

MDA said that three people were injured - two of them moderately and one lightly.

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