Shooting attack in Huwara (Walla system!)
A 28-year-old Israeli driver was lightly wounded Tuesday evening near the village of Huwara in Samaria, apparently as a result of a shooting attack. A preliminary investigation of the incident indicates that it was a shooting from a vehicle traveling on the road, between the community of Tapuah and Huwara.
The driver arrived independently at the Samaria Regional Brigade and received medical treatment from IDF forces and MDA personnel who arrived at the scene. Fortunately, he suffered only a minor scratch on his shoulder. Twelve impact marks were found on the vehicle, and the IDF began searching for the suspect.
12 bullets hit the car, the driver was only scratched. The scene of the attack in Samaria (Photo: Rescue Without Borders)
Just yesterday, two soldiers were moderately and lightly injured after a vehicle accelerated towards them and hit them near the village of Huwara. The driver fled the scene and was apprehended hours later by security forces, a knife was found in his car. Medical teams called to the scene gave the moderately wounded soldier initial treatment and evacuated him to Beilinson Hospital in Petah Tikva suffering from injuries to his lower body.
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