Three people were lightly injured Monday afternoon when Arab terrorists carried out a rock attack near Beit Aryeh, in Samaria.
An initial inquiry indicates that the three were wounded from a single volley of boulders and rocks that were thrown at the car they were traveling in.
The injured received treatment from Magen David Adom (MDA) medical teams and were taken to hospital for continued treatment.
Fourteen people were hurt in a terror attack in Jerusalem earlier Monday.
One of the victims of the car ramming attack at a bus station adjacent to Jerusalem's iconic Chords Bridge on Monday is a baby aged one-year-and-three-months old, who was seriously wounded.
A spokesperson for Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital announced that the baby is suffering from serious wounds to his leg. He currently is anesthetized and has been put to sleep, and will immediately be given surgery on his leg.