IDF HERO: ‘The Terrorist Tried to Get Out of the Car; I Shot Him’
Lt. Daniel Elbaz recounts the car attack on him and his men and how he ended it. Two of his men are seriously wounded.
Lying on his hospital bed, Lt. Daniel Elbaz, a company commander in the IDF’s Infantry Training School, recounted on Thursday the car attack on him and his men, which took place at the Senjil Junction, near Shilo, in the Binyamin region, north of Jerusalem.
“At 3:00 PM, I am carrying out my missions as part of the operational sector missions, reinforcing the forces in Judea and Samaria,” he told a reporter for the IDF Spokesman’s Unit.
“At about 3:15, I identify a vehicle coming at me at high speed. Just before reaching me he executes a sharp turn, hitting me and two of my soldiers. I realize that this is a terror attack and identify the terrorist trying to get out of the car. I shoot and neutralize the event
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