Several injured in knife attack on German train
A police car by the Inter-City Express as investigations continue. /Reuters
A police car by the Inter-City Express as investigations continue. /Reuters Several people have been injured in a knife attack on a high-speed train in Bavaria in Germany, local police said. “According to preliminary information, several people were injured,” police in Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz said in a statement, adding that the alleged perpetrator had been arrested and “there is now no more danger.”
The Bild newspaper said at least three people had been hurt, two seriously, although a police spokeswoman said none of their lives were in danger. There was no evidence that other attackers are at large, the police spokesman said. The ICE high-speed train was traveling between Regensburg and Nuremberg when the attack happened at about 9 a.m. local time.
The train is now in the station of Seubersdorf in the country’s south, with a large police operation at the site.