Two injured in molotov cocktail attack

One woman, 27, was evacuated to Hadassah Medical Center in stable condition with burns to her body.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 3, 2015 20:47

 
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Two people were injured on Monday night in a firebomb attack near the Beit Hanina intersection in Jerusalem.

The incident occurred when a molotov cocktail was thrown as a moving vehicle. Inside the car was a woman, 27 who was evacuated to Hadassah Ein Keren Medical Center in stable condition with burns to her body.

Her husband, who was also in the vehicle, was unharmed, although the car was completely burnt.

The damaged vehicle hit a pedestrian, who suffered light injuries.

Police are investigating the surrounding incident.

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