Two men in their 20s, including an IDF soldier, were wounded in a terrorist stabbing attack in Yerushalayim Monday afternoon.
Two people, including an IDF soldier, were wounded in a terrorist stabbing attack in Yerushalayim Monday afternoon.
The attack occurred in the Ammunition Hill area of the capital, not far from the Matteh Artzi compound, which houses the headquarters of the Israel Police.
Both victims are men who appear to be in their 20s. Both are listed in moderate condition.
The suspected terrorist, 17, was killed by a Border Police officer who was nearby, police said. Additional police and Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) forces were dispatched to the scene.
MDA and United Hatzalah first responders were dispatched to the scene, treating the victim before evacuating him to Hadassah Mount Scopus Hospital for further treatment.
Yehiel Stern, a United Hatzalah first responder relayed from the scene: “Two people are in moderate condition. I provided them with first aid on the scene, and afterwards they were evacuated to Hadassah Mount Scopus Hospital.”
MDA Paramedic Sigalit Mizrachi: “When we arrived at the scene, we saw 2 victims, conscious, with stab wounds, with injuries to their upper bodies. We provided them with lifesaving medical treatment including bandaging and stopping the bleeding. We quickly evacuated them to hospital, one injured severely and one in light condition.”