Two Wounded in Stabbing Attack at Yerushalayim’s Central Bus Station

YERUSHALAYIM -
Security forces at the scene of the stabbing attack at the Yerushalayim Central Bus Station, Monday. (ZAKA)

A terrorist carried out a stabbing attack outside the Central Bus Station in Yerushalayim Monday afternoon.

Two people in their 20s were reportedly wounded, stabbed in their backs. The victims are in moderate condition, and were rushed to Shaare Zedek Medical Center where their condition was reported as stable. Several others were treated for shock.

The terrorist was shot and neutralized. He was taken to Shaare Zedek in serious condition.

Police say the stabber is a 17-year-old Palestinian from Chevron.

The knife used in the attack. (Police Spokesman)

United Hatzalah volunteer EMT Yinon Dahan, who was one of the first responders at the scene, relayed: “Together with other volunteers from United Hatzalah, I treated two young people who sustained stabbing injuries. We treated their injuries and our Psychotrauma and Crisis Response Unit treated for shock numerous people who witnessed the incident.”