Police officer run over during traffic stop; Nationalistic motives ruled out.

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November 24, 2014 18:35

 
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A police officer was run over by a stolen car during a traffic stop on Monday in the Binyamin region , Israel Police reported.

While the driver, was being questioned by police, the car took off. The officer's foot was run over and the police motorcycle hit.

Police have ruled out the possibility of nationalistic motives.

Both the officer and the driver were lightly injured. However, the two passengers in the vehicle disappeared.

The IDF and Police are currently searching for the passengers and investigating the incident.

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