Jerusalem car attacked with stones, driver taken to hospital

Ttones were thrown at a car traveling in Jerusalem's Vady Heramia [Robber's river] area on Sunday near one of the city's former British police stations, according to Magen David Adom ambulance service.
The driver, 31 years old, received medical assistance at the scene by MDA paramedics and was taken to Ein Kerem Hospital suffering from wounds to his chest and face after his windshield was smashed by the stones.
Vady Heramia is a narrow stream bed known for violence. As a result, a police station was placed there during the British Mandate.
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