Three people were lightly hurt in the car-ramming attack on Tchelet Mordechai Street and the nearby Yirmiyahu Street in the Romema neighborhood in Jerusalem on the morning of April 22, police say.

Surveillance camera footage showed that a car accelerated into a group of ultra-Orthodox Jews on a sidewalk in the Romema neighborhood, knocking them over, and then drove onto a neighboring street, where it collided with another vehicle. The terrorists then jumped out of the car. One of them had a makeshift “Carlo” submachine gun, but the gun jammed when he tried to open fire. After that, the terrorists tossed the gun and fled.

A large number of officers were dispatched to the scene to locate the attackers. They were apprehended two hours after the attack.

According to reports, the terrorists arrived from Hebron and are believed to be Hamas activists.

Two of the victims, males ages 21 and 15, are being treated at Shaare Zedek Medical Center.