At least one person was seriously wounded and multiple people were lightly wounded when a bus carrying IDF soldiers was fired upon a bus traveling on Route 90 in the Jordan Valley, near the settlement of Beka'ot.
Medical personnel from Magen David Adom and United Hatzalah are at the scene, as are IDF forces. A rescue helicopter was dispatched to evacuate the wounded to the hospital.
A group of terrorists opened fire at the bus from a passing vehicle before fleeing the scene. They were captured after their vehicle caught fire.
An IDF soldier was seriously wounded in the attack. The bus driver, a civilian, sustained moderate injuries,
MDA CEO Eli Bin said: "A few minutes ago there was a report of a shooting attack, MDA ambulances in the Jordan Valley found two people with gunshot wounds in moderate condition. There are two more injured people who are a very light condition, and were apparently injured by broken glass."
Noam party chairman MK Avi Maoz responded to the shooting attack: "Time and time again we witness that if we do not eliminate terrorism, it will strike us again and again. Those who 'contain' stone attacks, receive shooting attacks. Only the establishment of a Jewish-nationalist government will eliminate terrorism."