In the video: attempted assassination in a Lamborghini: two men were seriously and moderately injured by gunfire on Route 6 (police spokesmen)
The police arrested a resident of Ramla tonight (Wednesday) on suspicion of involvement in the assassination attempt in a Lamborghini yesterday on Route 6 near the Ben Shemen interchange.
In yesterday's incident, two residents of East Jerusalem were injured when they were traveling in a luxury car and suspects blocked their way and attacked them.
The suspects later left the scene, then returned and opened fire on the passengers while they were receiving medical treatment.
The two victims, aged 31 and 46, were seriously and moderately injured and are known to the police.
According to the suspicion, the background to the incident is a criminal dispute.
The investigation reveals that the details of the assassination attempt were planned, so that the black Lamborghini car would be blocked in a tunnel near the Ben Shemen intersection, where the passengers would be attacked.
Police officers at the scene of the shooting on Route 6, yesterday (Photo: Israel Police spokeswoman)
MDA paramedic Elad Polak and medic Shlomo Levy said: "Inside the tunnel we saw a vehicle standing on the side and nearby was a man with penetrating injuries and another man also with penetrating injuries.
We gave them life-saving medical treatment and evacuated them to the hospital, with one in serious condition and the other in moderate condition."
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