Just in. “Jewish seminary attacked in Jerusalem,” from CNN:
Several people have been injured Thursday in what Israeli police are calling a “severe terrorist attack” at a Jewish seminary school in Jerusalem.
The Associated Press reported at least seven people died in an attack by two people. One shooter was dead, the police spokesman told CNN but he did not confirm fatalities.
Police and ambulances are still at the scene.
More from the Jerusalem Post:
Several people were killed and approximately 40 wounded in a terror attack at a seminary located near the entrance to Jerusalem on Thursday evening.
The exact number of people killed was yet to be confirmed, but Magen David Adom said that two terrorists were dead. Police were said to be chasing a third terrorist and were closing off the area.
The incident occurred when at least three terrorists entered the Merkaz Harav Yeshiva in the neighborhood of Kiryat Moshe carrying weapons. The terrorists were not wearing a suicide-bomb belt as earlier reported.
Approximately 50 ambulances were sent to the scene and a 16-year-old boy in serious condition and suffering from chest wounds was seen being evacuated from the scene.