Names and info. of Victims of Terrorist Attack

Three Israelis were killed and dozens more wounded in the attack. Jerusalem residents Bat Sheva Unterman, 33; Elizabeth Goren-Friedman, 54; and Jean Raloy were killed.

Unterman was a resident of Jerusalem's Rehavia neighborhood, and worked as a nanny in a religious kindergarten in the city's Har Homa quarter. She was killed when the car she was driving was crushed by the oncoming bulldozer.

Unterman's six-month-old daughter, Efrat, was taken out of the car just before the vehicle was hit. Her husband, Ido, was notified only hours after the attack that his wife had been killed.

Elizabeth Goren-Friedman, originally from Austria, was a resident of Katamon who worked as a teacher in a school for the blind. She was laid to rest at 10:30 P.M. in Givat Shaul.

Goren-Friedman was divorced and the mother of three children: Yael, 16, Issachar, 19, and Zvi, 23. Her sons were students at the Horev hesder yeshiva in Jerusalem. Her friends described her as a "wonderful person," who volunteered regularly at the Hadassah University, Ein Kerem.

Jean Raloy, an air-conditioner technician who lived in the Gilo neighborhood, was the third person killed in the terrorist's murder spree. His nephew said "the first thing with Jean was his family." Raloy, who was born in Iran, was married to Hanna and the father of two daughters and a son, and was to become a grandfather in about a month.

source: ha'aretz

Here is a list of people who are injured.

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