Report: Two were likely injured by stones, not bullets

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August 1, 2012 01:07

 
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Two Kedumim residents were lightly injured by glass shards from the windshield of the car they were traveling in when it was likely hit by stones near the Yitzhar settlement in the West Bank. Authorities were also investigating the possibility that the car was struck by bullets, Army Radio reported.

The incident occurred near the West Bank village of Bur'in, but the driver continued to Jit Junction, where IDF forces met the pair. Magen David Adom paramedics treated the two on the scene and evacuated the driver to Beilinson Medical Center in Petah Tikvah. Security forces were searching the area for the purpotrators.

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