Numerous people were injured in car accidents throughout the country between Friday night and Saturday morning.
A car accident between several vehicles on Highway 55 near the Palestinian village Nabi Ilyas in the West Bank left 10 people injured on Friday night, Hebrew media reported.
A 28-year-old man was moderately injured, while the other nine were only lightly injured.
MDA paramedics arrived at the scene and evacuated the 28-year-old to Meir Medical Center in Kfar Saba, while the other nine were evacuated from the scene by the Palestine Red Crescent Society.
Another seven injured
A separate report from a few hours later stated that another seven people were injured in a different car accident between an Israeli vehicle and two Palestinian vehicles on Highway 60 the same night.
The injured include two Israelis and five Palestinians.
The two Israelis, aged 40 and 13, were treated and evacuated from the scene by paramedics in serious condition. The rest of the wounded were evacuated by the Red Crescent, with two of them unconscious.
Another accident in Arad-Beersheba area
Another accident occurred when a vehicle was reportedly overturned on Highway 31 in Arad, with a two-and-a-half-year-old toddler in moderate condition and a woman in her thirties in mild condition, according to MDA spokesperson Zachy Heller.
MDA paramedics arrived at the scene and escorted the two to Soroka Medical Center in Beersheba.