Man Lightly Wounded in Bus Shooting Near West Bank Settlement

Israeli army is treating incident as possible terror attack, security forces canvassing area for suspects ■ No other wounded reported

Yaniv Kubovich
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The bus damaged in the shooting near the West Bank settlement Beit El, January 6, 2018
The bus damaged in the shooting near the West Bank settlement Beit El, January 6, 2018Credit: Israeli Bus Driver Union
Yaniv Kubovich
Yaniv Kubovich

A man was lightly wounded on Saturday overnight in a bus shooting near the settlement of Beit El in the West Bank, the Israeli army said.

Security forces have begun canvassing the area for suspects, and the incident is being treated as a possible terror attack.

Footage of the impact on the bus' windshield, January 6, 2018Credit: Israeli Bus Drivers Union

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No other wounded were reported.

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