Multiple People Injured In Axe Attack At Düsseldorf, Germany Train Station

Multiple People Injured In Axe Attack At Düsseldorf, Germany Train Station

Multiple People Injured In Axe Attack At Düsseldorf, Germany Train Station

A man has been arrested after injuring five people with an axe at Duesseldorf's main train station, police say, correcting earlier reports of two people being detained.

A federal police spokesman told the AFP news agency that other suspects may be at large, but it was not clear how many people were being sought. The outlet quoted a transit agent describing the scene after a man leaped out of a vehicle and went on the attack. However so far police have not given any indication as to the motivation or identities of those involved.

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Shocking images show injured passengers lying on the floor in the station, surrounded by paramedics. "Station closed. I am in the train things look bad #police #terror".

Twitter user Bruno Macedo tweeted: "Man with axe chased by police in Dusseldorf".

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