An updated investigation into the car-ramming incident revealed that the car broke through the checkpoint leading to Beit Ur al-Tahta, a Palestinian village under lockdown for Monday's stabbing attack.
An IDF soldier approached the car to search it, but it then ran the checkpoint, with the mirror hitting the soldier in the ribs, very lightly wounding him.
The Israel Defense Forces' assessment is that the car-ramming incident in the West Bank might not have been a terror attack, and are currently investigating it as a crime.
The car behind the alleged attack at the Beit Ur al-Tahta checkpoint fled the scene after hitting a soldier and wounding him lightly.
According to an initial investigation, a car broke through the checkpoint at Beit Ur al-Tahta, a Palestinian village on lockdown after a stabbing attack on Monday, and the hit a soldier, lightly wounding him.
An Israeli soldier was wounded in a car-ramming attack near the West Bank settlement of Atarot, close to the site of Monday's terror attack that killed one and wounded another.