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Attack of an Ax man in Düsseldorf, 7 injured

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2017-03-10 08:19:21
Düsseldorf, March 9, 2017 - a man ran through Düsseldorf's main train station with an ax, hitting and injuring 7 people before being apprehended by police.

Three of the seven injured are in serious condition.

The attack took place yesterday at around 2:50pm ET.

The attacker, from a nearby city of Wuppertal, was described as being from the former Yugoslavia and having apparent mental problems, which might have also been the most possible motive.

A witness told Bild that "We were at the track waiting for the train. The train arrived, and suddenly someone jumped out with an ax and struck at the people."




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