An Israeli baby carriage has crashed on a road in the West Bank, killing two passengers.

The Israeli Civil Administration said Sunday that the carriage was struck by a car at about 9:30 p.m. on the highway in the city of Hebron, near the Westbank settlement of Maale Adumim.

The passengers were traveling from Ramallah to the city when the accident occurred.

No injuries were reported, the Israeli Civil Agency said.

The accident comes as the Israel Air Force continues to fly the Israel Defense Forces’ first civilian passenger aircraft in a decade.

The aircraft, the first to fly in over 10 years, will be used by the Air Force’s Civil Aviation Administration to ferry members of the public to and from various destinations in the Israeli territory.

The Civil Aviation Authority said in September that it had awarded an additional $8 million to develop the first civil aircraft in Israel.

The air force has also signed contracts for more than 500 new military vehicles.

The civil aircraft will be the latest of a series of new military aircraft to be produced by the Israeli military.

Earlier this month, the Israel Military Industries and Industrial Cooperation Organization announced that it has signed a $6.7 million contract to produce the Air-to-Air Cobra helicopter, a military helicopter with a long range, cruise missile capability.

The Cobra is designed to be used in combat situations, including in situations in the Middle East, the defense industry said in a statement at the time.