Israeli school bus hit by piece of metal in West Bank

"We will defeat cowardly terror that fires on a schoolgirls' bus and runs away," said Yossi Dagan, head of the Samaria Regional Council.

Israeli schoolbus possibly shot at in West Bank, Dec. 2, 2019 (photo credit: SAMARIA REGIONAL COUNCIL)
Israeli schoolbus possibly shot at in West Bank, Dec. 2, 2019
(photo credit: SAMARIA REGIONAL COUNCIL)
An Israeli school bus was hit by a piece of metal on Highway 55 on its way to the Revava Tzvia Middle School and High School for Girls. At first, it was suspected that the bus was shot at, although it was later confirmed that this was not the case.
The incident took place between Kedumim and Yakir. Students were on the bus, but no injuries were reported.
“This morning a miracle happened for us, but we don’t just rely on miracles. The strong settlements will continue to learn, travel and build in every place. We will defeat cowardly terrorists that fire on a schoolgirls’ bus and runs away,” said Yossi Dagan, head of the Samaria Regional Council, who arrived at the scene of the incident along with Robi Talman, the CEO of the Central Company for the Development of Samaria.
The driver, a resident of Avnei Hefetz in the West Bank, is being questioned by security forces.


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