By the numbers: Death toll in terror wave rises to 24
24 Israelis have been murdered since the current wave of Arab terror began in October, according to updated figures released Wednesday evening by Magen David Adom.
This number includes victims from a car accident caused by rock-throwing in Jerusalem on the eve Rosh Hashanah, the murder of Rabbi Eitam and Naama Henkin, and a series of attacks in all areas of Israel, including northern, southern, central Israel and particularly Jerusalem and Judea and Samaria.
So far, Magen David Adom paramedics, in responding to the wave of stabbing, shooting and car ramming attacks, have given medical treatment and evacuated to hospitals at total of 283 people suffering from various degrees of injuries.
Magen David Adom teams around the country have given life saving medical care to 259 wounded victims from the terrorist attacks, including 24 who were severely wounded, seven with moderate-to-serious injuries, 36 with moderate injuries, 11 with light-to-moderate injuries and 181 lightly wounded victims. In addition, Magen David Adom paramedics have treated 98 people suffering from anxiety.
The paramedics have provided medical care in 78 rock-throwing attacks, 71 stabbings, 19 car ramming attacks, and nine shooting attacks.