Transcript for Terror Attack in Jerusalem Kills Several and Wounds More Than a Dozen
Overseas to that deadly terror attack in Jerusalem where a Palestinian man rammed his truck into Israeli soldiers getting off a bus killing four wounding 17. ABC's chief foreign correspondent Terry Moran is on the scene with the latest. Good morning, Terry. Reporter: Good morning, George. This is where it happened. The truck crashing into a crowd of young soldiers over here and they were at this place, a tourist hot spot to take in one of the great views of Jerusalem. Surveillance video captured the moment. A sunny Sunday afternoon, young Israeli army cadets gathering on a sightseeing tour then horrifyingly the truck hurtles into the crowd at speed. I hear my soldiers shouting and screaming and seeing a truck that went on the sidewalk, side road and hitting the soldiers. Reporter: With bodies of the dead and wounded scattered on the ground the driver reverses the truck trapping ten under the wheels until police and civilians open fire and kill him. The windshield riddled with the bullet holes of the struggle. "I sat in front of him and started shooting my entire magazine until it was over" says this civilian bystander. He was identified as a Palestinian from east Jerusalem. Chaos afterwards. People running to help. Emergency crews on the scene treating the wounded. Many witnesses were in shock too. Four young soldiers killed. One a dual u.s./israeli citizen and three of the dead were women, 17 injured. Israeli prime minister Netanyahu Hugh arrived on the scene and promptly blamed ISIS for the attack but it's all so grimly familiar. Nice in July, Berlin last month, massive trucks, the new terror weapon of choice. The attack here, the deadliest in over a year and comes at a moment of rising tension, president-elect trump vowing to move the U.S. Embassy here to Jerusalem. Overturning decades of U.S. Policy and some Palestinians are calling that an act of war. George. It is a tense time.
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