Three hurt in separate rock-throwing attacks in West Bank

Bus, car pelted with stones in different areas near Jerusalem

Illustrative photo of an ambulance (Yaakov Naumi/Flash90)
Illustrative photo of an ambulance (Yaakov Naumi/Flash90)

Three people were lightly injured in two separate incident involving rock-throwing in the West Bank on Tuesday.

A bus traveling from Jerusalem to the West Bank settlement of Adam, northeast of the capital, was pelted with stones near the Palestinian village of Hizma. The driver and one passenger were lightly hurt from shattered glass and received medical treatment by medics on site.

Near the settlement of Efrat in Gush Etzion, southwest of Jerusalem, a private vehicle was also pelted with rocks causing damage to the car.

The driver was lightly hurt and did not require medical treatment beyond that provided on site.

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