More than a dozen IDF soldier were wounded in a terror-ramming attack in Jerusalem, near the First Station.
The wounded are IDF soldiers from the Golani Brigade who were in Jerusalem for their upcoming swearing in ceremony.
The initial call came in to MDA at 1:47 AM on Thursday, that three pedestrians were hit by a car on David Remez street.
Of those initial three, one of the soldiers was seriously wounded, the second is in moderate condition, and the third victim is lightly wounded.
The other soldiers at the scene were treated for shock and other light injuries. Five soldiers with light injuries were taken to Hadassah Ein Karem hospital.
The seriously wounded victim was taken to Sharei Tzedek Medical Center
According to MDA, 14 people were taken to the hospital, most of them with light injuries.
The police also report there is currently a massive manhunt underway for the car and driver.
The terrorist fled the scene and Israeli security forces are tracking him. His identity is known and his car was located after the attack near Bethlehem.
United Hatzalah volunteer EMT Aharon Pomp who was one of the first responders at the scene said: “Together with other EMS personnel, I treated one young man who was in serious condition after he suffered a full-system-trauma. I also treated two other young people who sustained moderate injuries.
Due to the nature of the incident, United Hatzalah’s Psychotrauma and Crisis Response Unit were dispatched to the scene and treated eight people who were suffering from emotional or psychological shock.”