Three children aged two, five and six were lightly injured on Thursday when stones were thrown at a vehicle they were in at Tapuah junction in Samaria, the West Bank, Israeli media reported on Thursday afternoon.
MDA paramedics arrived on the scene and administered medical treatment to the children as well as the 26-year-old woman who was driving the vehicle.
According to the MDA spokesperson, the children were all fully conscious and sustained facial injuries. They, as well as the woman, were taken to Rabin Medical Center-Beilinson Hospital in Petah Tikva.
"The windshield was smashed and the children were very upset," reported senior MDA medic Aviel Amila. "We have them first-aid treatment on-site and took them to the hospital. Their condition is mild and they are fully conscious."