The IDF soldier who was seriously injured in Friday’s car-ramming attack in the West Bank is no longer in a life-threatening condition, Beilinson Hospital has stated.







The scene of the attack

The scene of the attack Photo credit: MDA

The condition of the IDF soldier who was seriously injured in Friday’s car-ramming attack in the West Bank has stabilized and is no longer considered life-threatening, Beilinson Hospital said in a statement.

A Palestinian driver ran over four soldiers on Friday at an IDF guard post near the settlement of Mevo Dothan. Two of the soldiers were killed. Israeli and Palestinian rescue forces worked together on the scene to treat the wounded.

Israeli authorities were hesitant at first to declare the incident a terror attack, but a few hours into the investigation it became clear that the driver had run the soldiers over intentionally.