Germany: Seven injured in axe attack at Dusseldorf train station
The Police believe the suspect, a 36-year-old man who lives in Wuppertal, was alone when he attacked.
New York: An axe-wielding man went on a rampage at Dusseldorf's main train station injuring at least seven people, of which three are seriously wounded, said the German Police.
According to sources, the Police believe the suspect, a 36-year-old man who lives in Wuppertal, was alone when he attacked, however, speculations are rife that he could have had other accomplices, as suspects are being rounded up.
But local authorities believe the man, who has been arrest, has mental problems.
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German media reported that one attacker tried to flee from police by jumping from a bridge onto the street below before being caught by officers.
The station remained closed late Thursday as investigators swarmed over the scene and cordoned the area.
Meanwhile, the motive for the attack remains unclear. (ANI)