WATCH VIDEO: The driver hit his first victim outside the northern city of Acre, then continued driving towards the city’s train station where he hit the other two victims before being neutralized by security forces.
Three Israelis, two identified as Israel Defense Forces (IDF) soldiers and one a Border Police officer, were lightly injured in a suspected car-ramming attack in the northern city of Acre on Sunday.
The driver of the vehicle was shot and seriously wounded in attempts to subdue him.
Police said that the background of the incident remains unknown, but that they were investigating the possibility that the incident was nationalistically motivated.
The driver hit the first victim outside the Acre city market, before continuing driving towards the city’s train station where he hit the other two victims.
CCTV footage of one of the incidents shows a vehicle travelling at moderate speed slamming into a soldier who is crossing the road as it turns into a parking lot.
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Ynet reports Israel Police confirming Acre car-ramming was a terror attack.
The soldiers injured were miraculously left in light-moderate condition after Arab-Israeli driver plowed his car (pictured above) into them near Acre’s train station and the city’s market.
Police were originally unsure whether it was a terror attack, or an angry driver who was issued a parking ticket.