Stun grenade thrown at Israel Police's Tel Aviv station shuts down Dizengoff Street

A stun grenade was thrown towards the Israel Police's Lev Tel Aviv Station on Dizengoff Street this evening. Police believe that the grenade was thrown from a motorcycle riding by the station. No damage or injuries were reported and the street was blocked off to traffic. The Israel Police launched an investigation into the incident.
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A stun grenade was thrown on Tuesday evening towards the Israel Police’s Lev Tel Aviv Station on Dizengoff Street. No damage or injuries were reported and the Israel Police launched an investigation into the motive behind incident.

According to preliminary estimates, the stun grenade was likely thrown from a motorcycle passing by the station, after which the driver fled the scene. Nearby residents reported hearing loud explosions.

Israel Police sappers arrived to the scene shortly afterwards and Dizengoff Street was closed to traffic from Nordau Boulevard to Jabotinsky Street. After an hour, the area was determined to be safe and Dizengoff Street reopened to traffic.



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