At least one person was killed and five others were injured Thursday in a shooting attack in the West Bank, shortly after a Palestinian man stabbed and killed two Israelis in Tel Aviv, local media reported.
The attack in Gush Etzion consisted of shootings at two cars, one of which was full of American tourists, according to the Algemeiner. Some of the wounded in the attack are Americans, a Fox News field producer reported, citing local media.
Police spokeswoman Luba Samri told The Associated Press that the shooter opened fire on an Israeli car from his vehicle. Samri said the attacker was stopped, although his condition was not immediately clear. The condition of the wounded Israelis was also not immediately clear.
Israeli media reported that the attacker continued driving after opening fire and rammed his car into an oncoming vehicle but police could not immediately confirm that report.
The attack was the latest in a two month-long outburst of Israeli-Palestinian violence.
Earlier in the day, a Palestinian man was arrested after stabbing and killing two Israelis and wounding another who were engaged in mid-day prayers, Israeli media reported.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.