According to medics, the Israeli military reported that a Palestinian individual drove a car into a group of people in the occupied West Bank on Friday, injuring four individuals.
Soldiers “neutralized” the driver at the scene near a military post south of the city of Hebron, the military said.
The Magen David Adom paramedic service said that it treated one person in moderate condition and three others who were lightly wounded.
There was no immediate reports concerning the driver’s condition.
The West Bank has been under military occupation since the 1967 Six-Day war, with violence in the Palestinian territory escalating since the outbreak of fighting between Israel and Gaza rulers Hamas nearly three months ago.
More than 520 Palestinians have been killed in the West Bank this year by Israeli security forces and settlers, according to a health ministry toll, at least 314 of them since October 7.