Wave of Palestinian Terror Attacks Hit Jerusalem; 2 Caught on Tape
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UPDATE 4:36p ET: Shepard Smith said that Israeli forces have reported at least two new attacks.
In one incident, a man stabbed a woman at a bus station and was shot by Israeli forces.
They also say that they shot and killed a terrorist who took out a knife and ran toward them at the gate to Jerusalem's Old City.
Israelis are on edge Wednesday following a wave of terror attacks that left three people dead and more than 20 injured.
John Huddy reported the latest this morning on "America's Newsroom," as Israeli forces seal off Palestinian neighborhoods in east Jerusalem, where the attackers are believed to have been living.
In one attack, a Palestinian man drove a phone company car into a crowded bus stop. He ran down the innocent bystanders, then began hacking victims with a meat cleaver.
The man, in his 60s, was shot by security forces and taken to a hospital. He's reportedly the uncle of two Palestinian men who attacked a Jerusalem synagogue last year.
In another attack, two terrorists boarded a bus and began shooting and stabbing people.
One was killed by a security guard at the scene, while the other was wounded, and arrested.
Yet another attack happened at a bus stop in Jerusalem, when a terrorist wearing an orange vest began stabbing people.
A motorist saw what was happening and struck the attacker with his car. The man, in his late 20s, was subdued and arrested.
Police say the attackers were Palestinians who live in east Jerusalem.
More than 20 Israelis were reported injured, including several with serious injuries. The attacks have been praised by Hamas.