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Policeman shot a 18-year-old Ethiopian Israeli man on Sunday evening.
The death of a young man was confirmed at the Rambam Hospital in Haifa after being first seen in a critical state of rescue forces. A serious incident whose circumstances have not yet been cleared up will be investigated by the Department of Investigation of Militia (DIP) at the State Prosecutor's Office.
Police units arrived at the place of release, and when they saw the incident, they realized that the next officer was at the site with his wife and three children when he saw a fight near him, according to the police.
"He came to a group of people who were involved in the battle, and, realizing to the group that he was a policeman, they began to throw stones at him," – said in a statement from the police.
According to the officialHe felt that his life was in danger, pulled out a gun and shot one of the boys.
Large police forces from the area of Nescher and the coastal area arrived at the scene and began an investigation to determine the circumstances of the incident. Due to the fact that this was an incident in which a gun was shot by a police officer, he will inevitably be questioned by the police unit.
Unlike other incidents, the police refused to provide personal data for more than two hours, except for a brief laconic message, due to the fact that the policeman was involved in the incident.
"When I got to the scene, I saw a wounded man who lay unconscious in the middle of the road, without a pulse and without breathing," said Senior Magen David Adam, a physician, Gal Stavsky. "I gave him immediate medical assistance that included pressure to stop the bleeding, and he was quickly transferred to the Rambam Hospital's intensive care unit.
Police reported that the officer was injured in the upper body and taken to a hospital for treatment.
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