Eight injured in ‘knife attack’ on bus in northern Germany
A suspect was arrested after the incident in the city of Luebeck.
Eight people have been injured in an attack on a busy bus in the northern German city of Luebeck.
A suspect has been arrested after the incident in the Kuecknitz district of the city, north-east of Hamburg.
Police spokesman Duerk Duerbrook said authorities are still trying to determine the circumstances of the attack.
Local daily Luebecker Nachrichten reported that a suspect had attacked passengers with a knife.
German news agency dpa quoted police as saying that three people received “medium serious” injuries in the incident, while five others received minor injuries.
State police tweeted: “Nobody was killed. The perpetrator was overpowered and is now in police custody.”
No other details were immediately available.