Palestinian medical sources have reported that a child, eight years of age, was injured, on Saturday evening, and suffered fractures in her legs, after being struck by an Israeli police vehicle, in Sultan Suleiman Street, in occupied Jerusalem.The child’s father Nazeeh Da’if, said his daughter, Aseel, eight years of age, suffered fractures and bruises to various parts of her body, including her right leg, nose and jaw.

The father said that, while he and his daughter were crossing the street in a pedestrian zone, approximately at 7:55 in the evening of Saturday, a speeding police car struck her.

The father and his child came from Kafr Qara’, in the Haifa District, and were buying food to prepare before breaking their daylong fast; she was moved to Hadassah Ein Karem Hospital in Jerusalem, the Wadi Hilweh Information Center said.