Published: Fri, March 10, 2017
Technology | By Ramiro Moody

Dusseldorf Attack: Multiple injuries reported after ax rampage at Germany train station

Dusseldorf Attack: Multiple injuries reported after ax rampage at Germany train station

German media is reporting that a man armed with an axe has injured several people at Dusseldorf's main train station, according to German media reports.

He killed 12 people, including the lorry's registered Polish driver, and was shot dead four days later in Italy after firing first at police there.

Bruno Macedo, a passenger on a train that was due to stop in Dusseldorf, said the train station was closed and his train was diverted to Cologne.

Chris Bucher is a sports, politics and general news contributor to Heavy.

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

She was unable to say how serious any of the injuries were.

Police were still looking for other possible suspects, a spokesman for the German federal police said.

The man arrested was also injured, spokeswoman for Dusseldorf police Anja Kynast said. "Stay away from #Dusseldorf train station insane man with #axe on the lose".

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