Condition of One Soldier From Gush Etzion Hit-&-Run Worsens


mdanThree IDF soldiers were wounded in a presumed vehicular terror attack in Gush Etzion on Wednesday night the eve of 13 Marcheshvan. Police on Thursday afternoon released a message that they now believe it was an unintentional hit-and-run, not terror. A final determination is pending.

The injured soldiers were transported to Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Yerushalayim. The condition of one of the seriously wounded soldiers took a turn for the worse R”L on Thursday afternoon. Another soldier is in serious/stable condition in an intensive care unit as well. The third soldier is listed in light condition in the surgical unit.

Two of the victims of the vehicular attack in Jerusalem on Wednesday remain hospitalized in Hadassah Ein Kerem as well. One of them, Shalom Aaron ben Nava remains in critical condition due to a massive head injury. The second victim has regained consciousness and is alert and speaking with family members B”H.

(YWN – Israel Desk, Jerusalem)