Two 16-year-olds wounded in Galilee drive-by shooting

Two youths wounded - one

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November 29, 2009 21:37

 
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Two teenagers were injured in a drive-by shooting attack on Sunday evening in the Arab Israeli village of Jadida, in the Galilee. Police said the injured youths, aged around 16, were struck in their midsections by bullets and rushed to the Nahariya Hospital for treatment. One teenager is in serious condition while the second is in moderate condition, police said. Police forces from the Acre station were called to the scene. "We are seeking to verify the background to this incident," police said in a statement. No further details were immediately available, a Galilee police spokesman added.

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