Muslim terrorists open fire at bus stop north of Jerusalem – 9 wounded, including pregnant woman
BREAKING: Muslim terrorists opened fire at a bus stop near the Ofra Junction, north of Jerusalem.
According to initial reports, 9 people, including a 30-year-old pregnant woman, were injured by gunfire shot from a passing vehicle.
A massive manhunt for the terrorists is underway.
A 30-year-old pregnant woman is in critical condition after sustaining wounds to her upper body and has been evacuated to the Hadassah University Hospital in Ein Karem, Jerusalem.
The other seven were also evacuated to various hospitals, including a 21-year-old man who was moderately injured and sustained wounds to his lower limbs. Another person, 22, was also moderately wounded, while the other four, all 16-years of age, sustained light wounds.
The car from which the shots were fired was believed to have at least two Muslim terrorists.
Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem delivered the baby of the young woman who was critically injured in the drive-by shooting attack in Ofra.
The 7-months premature baby was taken to the premature hospital ward and is in stable condition. The 21-year-old mother is currently undergoing an operation.
A 22-year-old man wounded in the terror attack also underwent surgery and his condition is now defined as light-to-moderate.
IDF forces arrived in Silwad, an Arab village located nearby, and confiscated security cameras from local businesses. Silwad, which is affiliated with Hamas, is home to the Hammad clan of Muslim terrorists.