Four Soldiers Hurt As Army Vehicle Overturns In West Bank

An Israeli army jeep patrols along the Israeli-Lebanese border close to the kibbutz of Mizgav Am, 11 July 2007.

The Times of Israel reports: Four Israeli soldiers were hurt in a car accident in the West Bank on Friday afternoon, after their army vehicle overturned on its side.

The IDF confirmed that one of the soldiers was moderately hurt, and three were lightly injured in the incident, which occurred in the settlement of Shilo.

The four were taken to hospital for treatment. The army did not provide details on the cause of the accident.

Earlier Friday, an improvised explosive device (IED) was detonated on the northern Gaza Strip border, causing no damage or injuries, the Israel Defense Forces said. The bomb exploded near an IDF engineering vehicle on the border, according to the army.

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