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Firefighter putting out burning car
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Israeli moderately hurt from Molotov cocktail that hit her car
Passerby who tried to help suffering from smoke inhalation, another man lightly hurt, woman's husband escapes unharmed; car completely burnt.
A 27-year-old Israeli woman was moderately wounded from a Molotov cocktail thrown at a car on road 20 near Beit Hanina on Monday evening.

 

 

The wounded woman's husband managed to escape the vehicle unharmed. A passerby, around 20 years old, who tried to put out the fire that broke out was lightly hurt from smoke inhalation.

 

Firefighter puts out the car (Photo: Fire and Rescue Jerusalem)
Firefighter puts out the car (Photo: Fire and Rescue Jerusalem)

 

Another man was lightly hurt when the car rolled back and hit another vehicle - which was partially damaged. The vehicle that was hit by the Molotov cocktail was completely burned.

 

Paramedics and IDF on the scene (Photo: Fire and Rescue Jerusalem)
Paramedics and IDF on the scene (Photo: Fire and Rescue Jerusalem)

 

The woman, who is suffering from first- and second-degree burns on 15 percent of her body, was taken to Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem's Ein Karem, while the man was taken to Shaare Zedek Medical Center in the capital.

 

The attack happened at the Beit Hanina Junction, on the way from the Benzion Netanyahu interchange to Pisgat Ze'ev.

 

Police and Border Police forces were dispatched to the area and are searching for suspects.

 


פרסום ראשון: 08.03.15, 20:58
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