Two soldiers wounded in last week's ramming attack released from hospital

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January 16, 2017 16:05

 
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Two Israeli soldiers that were wounded in the Jerusalem truck ramming attack last week at the Armon Hanatziv promenade have been released from the hospital.

According to Hadassah University Medical Center in Jerusalem's Ein Kerem, one soldier in mild-to-moderate condition and one female soldier in mild condition were released on Monday and will be followed by orthopedic trauma specialists.

The attack left four soldiers dead and 13 others wounded. Four lightly wounded soldiers had been sent to Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem following the attack and nine others were sent to Hadassah Ein Kerem. One soldier was in serious condition, two were moderately wounded and six were lightly wounded.

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