Israeli woman wounded in rock-throwing attack along Route 431

The symbol for Israel's Route 431. Credit: Wikimedia Commons.

( An Israeli woman was lightly wounded Thursday in a rock-throwing attack while driving along Route 431 near Ramle junction. 

The woman, who sustained wounds to her face from shattered glass, was treated at the scene by Magen David Adom paramedics and then taken to Assaf Harofeh hospital. She was also traveling with her 8-month-old grandson, who was not hurt in the incident. 

Also on Thursday, another Israeli woman was lightly injured in a stabbing attack in the southern city of Eilat. 

Posted on October 29, 2015 .