Man critically injured after being shot in North

Two additional shooting incidents leave one man moderately injured, another lightly injured; police investigating.

October 30, 2010 11:46
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Israel police car

police car 58. (photo credit: Ariel Jerozolimski)

Three separate shooting incidents took place in the north of the country overnight Friday critically injuring one person and leaving one moderately injured and one lightly injured.

A Kfar-Kara resident was critically injured after shots were fired at him from a passing car.

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He was taken to Hille Yafe Hospital in Hadera.

A friend of the man was lightly injured during the incident. Both men are known to the police.

In a separate incident a 24-year-old Acre resident was moderately injured after being shot at.

The man, who is known to police, was brought in for investigation but refused to cooperate with police.

The third incident that was reported overnight Friday involved shots being fired at the house of the treasurer of the Ilut Regional Council. Ilut is an Arab village near Nazereth.

No injuries were reported.

Police opened an investigation into the incident.

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