20:59 (January 25) – The number of injured in the knife attack rises to seven, three of whom have been seriously injured.

According to the latest reports from the RND news site, people on the train began calling the police when the man pulled out his knife and started stabbing passengers. That caused the train to stop, but upon opening the doors, the man jumped out and continued trying to stab passengers on the station platform.

According to Itzehoe police, bystanders were able to overpower the man and hold him until police arrived. He is said to be one of those injured in the incident and remains in hospital under police surveillance.

The man is believed to be a 33-year-old stateless Palestinian and is not believed to be an extremist, and police suspect he is mentally challenged.

According to De Bild, he appears to have been convicted of sexual and violent crimes in the past and was in custody until a week ago.


17:07 (January 25) – Two people have been killed and five injured in a knife attack on a train traveling between Kiel and Hamburg in Germany.

Federal police say a man began attacking passengers shortly before 3:00 p.m. as the train was arriving at the Brokstedt train station. Apparently, he was apprehended and arrested shortly after in the city.

A witness told theKieler Nachrichten” that people in his car panicked when three girls barged in and reported a man with a knife on the train.

The police say the reason for the attack The one that left two dead and five injured on the commuter train in Germany is unknown.


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