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Fireman's Helmet Cam Shows Moments After Bus Blast

Israeli authorities are still investigating this week's Jerusalem bus bombing in order to figure out who was responsible for the attack that left more than a dozen injured, so information is still trickling out. But this footage, shared by The Times of Israel's Raoul Wootliff, shows what an Israeli firefighter's helmet cam caught at the scene:

New footage was released Tuesday showing the view of a firefighter who arrived at the scene shortly after an explosive device blew up on a Jerusalem bus, setting it and other vehicles ablaze and injuring 21.

The images were recorded on a GoPro camera on the helmet of Arik Abuloff, a fireman from the Jerusalem department of the Israel Fire and Rescue Service, who raced to the neighborhood of Talpiot in the immediate wake of the bombing.

The images show Abuloff running toward two buses engulfed in flames before him and a team of firefighters attempting to battle the inferno using water hoses.

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