Injured tourists came from Italy and UK, hospital says

Ichilov hospital in Tel Aviv says four of the five victims of the Tel Aviv ramming attack that were brought to the hospital were tourists, clarifying an earlier claim that all five held foreign citizenship.

According to the hospital, three of the tourists are British and one is Italian, the same national origin as the sole fatality.

Three are listed in moderate condition, one is listed in light condition and another person was treated for shock trauma. Some of the patients were set to undergo surgery, but none were in life-threatening danger.

There is no immediate comment from London, which earlier in the day expressed condolences after two dual national Israeli-British sisters were killed in a West Bank terror attack and their mother, also a dual national, was critically injured.

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