Police chief: Two civilians that were hit by car were victims of terrorist attack

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April 16, 2015 17:07

 
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Police chief Insp.-Gen. Yohanan Danino addressed on Thursday early findings from an incident that took place Wednesday night in which two civilians were hit by a car while standing at a bus stop near Hebrew University, assessing it  was a suspected terrorist attack.

"Our initial suspicion is that this is a terrorist attack, especially given the fact that the incident took place on Holocaust Remembrance Day. In light of recent events, I have instructed the Jerusalem District to strengthen current security, including stationing permanent security personal at the location where there were a number of terrorist attacks in the past year," near Hebrew University.

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