Israeli carjacked in the West Bank

November 23, 2005 17:29
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A Beit El man in his 50s was driving from Jerusalem toward his home when a car slammed into him from behind near the West Bank settlement of Adam. The man got out of his car to inspect the damage when someone got out of the other car and jumped into the victim's vehicle and sped off, Judea and Samaria Police reported. The owner attempted to hang onto his car as it was being stolen, but at some point he lost his grip and slid off. The injured man was taken to Hadassah Ein Karem for treatment. Police were searching the area for the stolen vehicle, which most likely was driven into Ramallah.

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