An Israeli woman injured in a car-ramming attack in the West Bank was discharged on Sunday from the hospital.
Noam Nevis, 20, and her 17-year-old brother Nachum were hit by a car on August 16 as they waited for a bus outside the Elazar settlement, where they live. Noam was moderately hurt in the ramming, while Nachum was critically injured. Nachum remains in serious condition after undergoing neurosurgery last month.
The attacker, identified as Ala’a Harimi of Bethlehem, was shot dead after emerging from the car by an off-duty police officer who was driving behind him.
Read more at Times of Israel.