Toddler, father lightly injured after stone-throwers lob rocks on at vehicle on highway 45

August 19, 2015 21:02


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A two-year-old baby was lightly-injured by broken glass Wednesday night when rock-throwers hit the car she was riding in on highway 45, between the Atarot junction and the Bentzion interchange, Jerusalem Police said Wednesday evening.

In addition to the toddler, the driver was lightly hurt in the shoulder and required no medical treatment.

Two cars were damaged by the stone throwers.

Police and IDF troops began combing the area for the assailants after the attack, but no arrests have been reported by police. 

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