Three people have been killed in a knife attack in Germany. The attack took place in the central part of the city in the state of Bavarian and it is not yet clear how many people were injured. Police have identified the suspected attacker as 24-year-old of Somalian descent. As a person who lived in the city.
Berlin. South Germany In the city of Würzburg, a man killed three people with a knife while several others were injured in the attack. German officials said the attacker was shot and wounded after that he could be arrested. The attack took place in the central part of the city in the Bavarian state and it is not yet clear how many people were injured. Police have identified the suspected attacker as a 24-year-old Somalian-born man who lived in the city.
Officials said there was no threat to the life of the assailant who was injured by the police bullets. Videos that went viral on social media showed passers-by surrounding the attacker. A woman told on German RTL television that she had witnessed the incident and that the police had arrived. Julia Runje said, “He had a big knife and was attacking people. After this many people hit him with a chair, umbrella or cell phone to stop him. Then the police arrived and I believe they shot him, you can clearly hear the sound.” Police spokesman Kirstin Kunick said officers received information at around 5 p.m. that people were stabbed at Barbarossa Square in the heart of the city. is being attacked.
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