The first person to encounter the bulldozer terrorist on Tuesday was an English-speaking woman named Sarah who was about to cross the street. The man in the bulldozer indicated with his hand that she could cross and then press on the gas pedal to run her over. Fortunately, she was only lightly bruised by the tire and treated at Bikur Holim Hospital, which admitted five injured - all of them lightly wounded - to the emergency room. Another resident was lightly wounded when the terrorist tried, but failed, to overturn his car; he was hospitalized in Bikur Holim's surgical department. Shaare Zedek Medical Center treated the only victim suffering from moderate wounds. The 62-year-old man was due Tuesday afternoon to undergo surgery on his leg. Ten others were taken to Shaare Zedek. They included a French tourist and her two daughters aged 11 and nine. They suffered light wounds, and some of them suffered anxiety. Hadassah University Medical Center in Ein Kerem received 15 victims, all with light injuries, including mother and her nine-month-old son who were on a bus.