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MOSCOW, January 8. /TASS/. At least four died and another 15 hurt by a truck ramming into pedestrians in Jerusalem, online version of The Jerusalem Post said on Sunday.
According to Reuters, the police called it a deliberate attack. "It is a terrorist attack, a ramming attack," a police spokeswoman said on Israel Radio.
"Among the fatalities were three women and one man in their 20s," the newspaper wrote. "Paramedic Landy Sharon who arrived at the scene said that he "saw a truck that hit a group of young people that got off a bus near the Armon Hanatziv observation post."
Police confirmed that the perpetrator has been neutralized, The Jerusalem Post wrote.