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Terrorist Rams Car into Three IDF Soldiers

Ambulance at scene of car ramming, May 3, 2016 (Photo: Magen David Adom)

Terror attacks have increased this week, after the people of Israel have finished the celebration of Passover. Today, The Times of Israel's Ilan Ben Zion reports that three Israeli soldiers were injured - one seriously - when a terrorist ran them down with his vehicle in the West Bank:

Three soldiers were injured in a suspected vehicular terror attack on Tuesday evening near the West Bank settlement of Dolev, west of Ramallah.

One of the soldiers was in serious condition and airlifted to Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer for treatment. The other two were moderately hurt. Emergency services were at the scene providing treatment.

The three victims were reportedly standing near a checkpoint at the Haprasa Junction near the settlement when they were struck by a passing car.

Israeli soldiers “responded to the imminent threat” and shot the suspected assailant dead at the scene, an IDF spokesman confirmed.

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