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Several injured in ax attack at Dusseldorf train station

Several injured in ax attack at Dusseldorf train station

Several people were injured Thursday in what was described as a coordinated axe attack at a train station in Germany.

Photos on social media show a person lying on the floor as police tape and officers cordon off part of the stations.

Anti-terror police swooped on the station in western Germany today after reports of a "crazed man" on the loose.

The spokesman said police were investigating whether more attackers had been involved but had no indication of that.

Kerstiens said the number of people injured was around five.




Train services have been stopped or diverted at the station as the police operation continues.

Police have yet to confirm details, and there are no reports of fatalities.

Two suspects are believed to have been detained by police but the motive for the attack is now unknown.

She claimed the victim was just 13-years-old, saying: "I helped her get the wound and called her father".

Bruno Macedo tweeted: 'Man with axe chased by police in Dusseldorf.

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