Rock-throwing attack in Jerusalem

Three Israelis were released from hospital Monday morning after enduring light injuries from a rock-throwing attack on a Jerusalem bus Sunday night.

Palestinian terrorists threw rocks at a line 3 bus traveling toward Wadi al-Joz in eastern Jerusalem, near the Hebrew University Mount Scopus campus, injuring two men, ages 22 and 23. A 61-year-old woman was also taken in after suffering chest pains as a result of shock.

The three were transferred to Hadassah Mount Scopus hospital following first-aid response by Magen David Adom paramedics. The two men were treated for head injuries and lacerations as a result of broken window glass.

Jerusalem police are undertaking an investigation to locate the suspects.

By: Joshua B. Dermer/TPS

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Source: United with Israel