At the Ammunition Hill railway station in northern Jerusalem, a female terrorist attempted to stab security personnel and bystanders.
A guard fired a shot into the terrorist’s leg, neutralizing her.
There were no other reported injuries in the incident, and her condition is described as light to moderate.
A large police presence showed up on the scene.
Police Commissioner Kobi Shabtai, whose office is at the nearby police central headquarters, was among the first to arrive at the scene.
His arrival at the scene on foot, accompanied by his security detail and other officers, was captured on social media.
Later, it was discovered that the terrorist lived in northern Jerusalem’s Jewish neighborhood of Pisgat Zeev.
One of the security guards asked to inspect the woman in her fifties after she arrived at the train station with a kitchen knife.
The guard fired a warning shot into the air before shooting the woman in the lower body at this point as she pulled out the knife and moved closer to him.
She was detained, after which a hospital visit was made.