Israel's MDA emergency services issued a statement on the number of terror attacks since last Rosh Hashanah.
The first attack of the year killed Alexander Levlovich, 64, when the car he was driving after a Rosh Hashanah dinner was hit with rocks, causing him to crash.
Since then, the wave of terror attacks only increased.
The 499 attacks resulted in 40 killed and 459 wounded.
Of those injured, 42 were seriously injured, 12 sustained moderate to severe, 75 moderate injuries, 18 mild to moderate injuries and 312 minor injuries. In addition, MDA teams treated more than 143 people suffering from shock.
Medics and paramedics of MDA medical care documented in 131 incidents of stone throwing, 123 stabbings, 27 car ramming attacks, 25 shooting attacks, a bus bombing and others.
According to MDA Director General Eli Bin, "MDA forces have been on high alert during the past year in response to the wave of terrorist attacks across the country. We are ready and prepared for any scenario and event anywhere and have made every effort for the sake of our mission of saving lives."