Three IDF soldiers were injured in a second terror attack on Wednesday evening - this time, in an attempt to run over soldiers in Gush Etzion.

In the latest attack, a terrorist driving a Palestinian Arab commercial vehicle attempted to run over the soldiers as they were on duty near a guard stand outside of Kafr Al-Arub. 

The driver then fled from the scene, driving southward. Security forces located the car a short time later, but the driver was nowhere to be found.

Paramedics and Magen David Adom staff gave medical treatment to the three wounded; of the three, one of them is wounded critically, with chest and limb injuries, and two were wounded moderately.

They have been evacuated to Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem for treatment. 

Earlier Wednesday, a car terror attack in Jerusalem killed a Border Patrol officer, and injured 13 others. Two people are in critical condition and three in moderate condition. 

The terrorist, Ibrahim Al-Akari, a resident of Shuafat in eastern Jerusalem, ran over a group of pedestrians, continued driving and struck another vehicle traveling along the road. He hit another vehicle before being stopped.  

Al-Akari descended from the vehicle with a crowbar and began attacking passers-by. Police and Border Patrol officers shot him and killed him.