Two of the four Israeli soldiers killed in the truck-ramming attack in eastern Jerusalem were American citizens.
The soldiers were buried Monday in separate cemeteries a day after the attack on the promenade in the Armon Hatnatziv neighborhood.
Erez Orbach, 20, of Alon Shvut in the Etzion bloc south of Jerusalem was an American citizen, Haaretz reported, citing a U.S. Embassy official. He holds U.S. citizenship through his mother, according to the newspaper, citing a family member. Orbach was the oldest of six siblings.
Shira Tzur, 20, of Haifa, had American-born parents, according to Haaretz, which cited a soldier in her unit.
The others killed were Yael Yekutiel of Givatayim and Shir Hajaj, 22, of Maale Adumim.
The soldiers were on an educational trip along with several other groups. They had just gotten off a bus at the Hass promenade when the driver of the truck, a resident of the southern Jerusalem neighborhood of Jabel Mukaber, drove into them, reversing and driving back over the bodies after he had hit them the first time.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited some of the injured soldiers on Monday morning. One reportedly remains in a life-threatening condition, breathing with the help of a respirator and facing more surgery.