Terror in Samaria: Israeli woman killed in car accident after rock-throwing attack
Hadas Tapuchi, a 30-year-old woman resident of the Jewish community of Ateret in the Binyamin region, was killed Sunday afternoon in a head-on collision with an Israeli truck on Route 465.
She is survived by her husband and four children.
It is being reported that IDF soldiers who responded to the accident found signs that rocks had been thrown by Muslim terrorists just before the crash.
Ateret residents said they suspect Hadas was the victim of a terror attack, saying that an IDF tracker found signs of rocks thrown at the cars passing on the road near the Arab village of Umm Safa.
Police are investigating whether Hadas Tapuchi was attacked by rock-throwing terrorists while driving, causing the accident.
Muslim terrorists attempt to murder Jews day after day by throwing rocks, burning tires and firebombs at passing vehicles on major roads and routes in Judea and Samaria.
The stretch of Route 465 where the accident occurred is frequently targeted by rock-throwing terrorists from the nearby Arab village of Umm Safa.