Rivka Tzinman
Rivka TzinmanHezki Baruch

Rivka Atara Zinman, the mother of the six-year-old boy who was killed Wednesday in a car accident, described the crash, which she emphasized, "was not a car accident."

Zinman and four of her children were evacuated for treatment following the ramming; six-year-old Matan arrived at the hospital in critical condition. Doctors fought for hours to save his life, but he ultimately succumbed to his injuries.

Speaking in Hebrew from her hospital bed at Hadassah Ein Keem Medical Center, Zinman said, "There was no traffic accident. It was not a traffic accident."

"I was traveling, the road was empty, including in the other lane. And the vehicle - just saw me, and made a sharp turn towards me and accelerated. I tried to move, I tried to avoid it, and nothing. It rammed into us. My son, who was next to me, received a serious hit to his stomach, he underwent surgery. And my younger son - he was murdered.

"This was not a traffic accident. It was a terror attack. They wanted to hit me. They did hit me. I am asking that they open an investigation into this matter, because this was essentially a terror attack, and not a random traffic accident. I am telling you with certainty, it was not. I was fully conscious the entire time, I saw exactly what happened. It was intentional."

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