The Jordan Valley shooting on Sunday left the mother of two sisters who were killed in a Palestinian terrorist attack dead on Monday.
48-year-old Lucy Dee died in the hospital where she had been receiving treatment since last Friday’s attack.
A military inquiry found that terrorists fired on the passing car carrying the Dees, forcing it to collide with the road’s shoulder.
The attackers then approached the automobile and shot it almost twenty times.
Her catastrophic injury forced the team at the Hadassah Medical Center in Ein Kerem, Jerusalem, to proclaim her dead, despite their best attempts, they stated in a statement on Monday.
Upon Lucy Dee’s demise, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said:
I sincerely condolences to the Dee family on the loss of their mother, Leah (Lucy), who was killed along with her two children, Maia and Rina, in the deadly terrorist attack in the Jordan Valley last Friday on behalf of all Israeli residents.
The funerals for Maia Dee, 20, and Rina Dee, 15, who were slain in the attack, were attended by many mourners on Sunday in Efrat.
“When Lucy awakens from her coma, how will I explain what happened to her two priceless gifts? “Leo Dee questioned as he paid tribute to his daughters. Focusing on what you do have, rather than what you lack, is the key to having trust. I still have a great wife and three fantastic kids,” he remarked.
The car the terrorists used to kill the Dees was reportedly found abandoned in Nablus by Palestinian Authority security officers on Sunday.
On Monday, Israeli security forces were still looking for the murderers.