The condition of the 19-year-old soldier who was seriously wounded by shrapnel when a Hamas fired anti-tank missile hit a bus on which IDF soldiers had been traveling, has improved considerably.
The soldier who was seriously injured in the attack is now in stable condition according to the hospital.
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The IDF announced that Ground Forces Commander Maj. Gen. Kobi Barak appointed a team to investigate the incident in which Hamas fired an anti-tank Cornet missile at a bus carrying IDF soldiers.
The father of the soldier criticized the sequence of events that lead up to the attack: “Why were they there? They were like sitting ducks.”
A 19-year-old IDF soldier was seriously injured after a mortar from Gaza struck a bus next to him. "God loves you", the Israeli-Arab bus driver said while being treated for shock. "I just left 50 soldiers from the bus. A minute later the bus was hit". https://t.co/VPxBYWgSjH pic.twitter.com/tAIUYt314w
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“God loves you”, the Israeli-Arab bus driver said while being treated for shock. “I just left 50 soldiers from the bus. A minute later the bus was hit. 60 seconds earlier and you would have had 50 dead soldiers”, he added.