An Israeli woman who was injured in a rock attack on her car on Sunday is in serious condition after undergoing emergency surgery.
Rivka Teitel was driving with two of her children in the Binyanim region on Sunday when they were attacked by rock-throwing terrorists near the Arab village of Deir Nidham. She was hit in the head by one of the rocks.
Initial reports indicate that her son pulled the parking brake, thus avoiding a car crash.
Officials at Sheba Tel HaShomer Medical Center in Ramat Gan reported Monday afternoon that the Israeli woman seriously injured in a stone-throwing attack Sunday afternoon has shown signs of improvement.
She is no longer listed in serious condition, and has been upgraded to moderate condition, hospital officials said.