Two Israeli Teens Hurt in E. Jerusalem Rock-Throwing

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The Times of Israel reports: Two Israeli teens were injured late Sunday in a rock-throwing attack on a bus in East Jerusalem.

According to Magen David Adom medics, the two, ages 16 and 18, were lightly hurt when thrown rocks smashed window panes, causing glass shards to hit their heads.

The Egged No. 3 line was traveling in the Wadi Joz area near Rockefeller Junction toward the Old City’s Western Wall holy site when it was attacked. The bus was reportedly packed with passengers. A few suffered from shock.

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