New Delhi: An Israeli diplamat, who was in an embassy car that was target of suspected terror attack, suffered splinter injuries and was admitted to a private hospital today. Doctors at the Primus Hospital treating 42-year-old Ms Tal said she has been put in the ICU but did not give any details about her condition. The driver of the vehicle had told the investigators that he had sent the Israeli embassy official to the mission in an autorickshaw.
Medical Superintendent of Ram Manohar Lohia hospital, Dr T S Sidhu, said "three persons with splinter injuries have been brought. They will be discharged soon". They were identified as Manoj Sharma (40), driver of the mission vehicle, Arun Sharma (40) and Manjeet Singh (75), who were travelling in a different car near the mission vehicle.