WATCH: Terror attack in Jerusalem caught on tape

Closed-circuit television cameras caught footage of vehicular terror attack which killed a Border Police officer and injured over a dozen.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 5, 2014 15:08

Security footage of vehicular terrorist attack in Jerusalem

Security footage of vehicular terrorist attack in Jerusalem

 
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Security cameras at the Shimon Hatzadik light rail station in Jerusalem recorded the footage of the initial stages of the terrorist attack on Wednesday which left one Border Police officer dead and at least 14 others hurt.

In the video, the driver is seen ramming his car through the station, with one person left lying on the railway track. The car is then seen speeding off to another nearby junction in which he ran over other pedestrians.

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