An injured Israeli child is carried by a medic from a bus after it was rammed by a bulldozer in an attack in Jerusalem, Wednesday, July 2, 2008. A Palestinian bulldozer driver went on a deadly rampage on a busy Jerusalem street Wednesday, plowing into a string of vehicles and pedestrians, killing at least two people and wounding dozens of others before he was shot dead by police.The attack wreaked havoc and left a large swath of damage in the heart of downtown Jerusalem. Traffic was halted, and hundreds of people fled through the streets in panic as medics treated the wounded. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)
Jerusalem (AP) Authorities say a Palestinian bulldozer driver plowed into a string of vehicles on a busy Jerusalem street today. Two people were killed and dozens wounded before the driver was shot dead by police.
Traffic was halted and hundreds of people fled through the streets in panic as medics treated the wounded. In a statement, police say a “terrorist” carried out the attack but give no further details.
One witness says he saw “a guy going crazy.”
At the scene of the attack, two cars were flattened and a third was overturned. One bus was overturned and another was heavily damaged.
Injured people sat dazed on the ground amid piles of broken glass and blood stains on the street. A baby had blood all over its face, and the driver of the bulldozer was slumped motionless over the steering wheel.
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