JERUSALEM - Three men killed in a gun and axe attack Thursday night in the central Israeli city of Elad were buried Friday following a huge funeral procession, the Israeli rescue service Zaka Tel Aviv said. The Magen David Adom emergency service named them as Oren Ben Yiftach, a father of six; Yonatan Habakkuk, a father of five; and Boaz Gol, a father of five. All were in their 40s, the MDA said earlier. Police said the incident, which took place on Israeli Independence Day, involved two suspected attackers who fled the scene and are yet to be apprehended. One fired a rifle while the other attacked people with an axe or a knife, police said.  Emergency services received a report of the attack at 8:36 p.m. local time (1:36 p.m ET). The three men who were killed died at the scene, emergency services said. Four other men aged between 23 and 60 were hospitalized. The hospitals treating them said Friday that three were in life-threatening conditions. On Friday, Israeli police named the two men suspected of carrying out the attack as 19-year-old Assad Yussef Assad Al-Rafa’i and 20-year-old Subhi Imad Subhi Abu Shakir, residents of Jenin province in the West Bank. Police are conducting a manhunt for the two suspects involving helicopters, road blocks and vehicle checkpoints. Pictures from the scene Thursday night showed multiple emergency vehicles including ambulances and motorcycles arriving after reports of the attack