Original title: man in Paris Street knife assailant 7 people injured suspected of suspected Afghan
[World Wide Web Reporter Wang Lilan] According to the French "European Times" on September 10 quoted Agence France-Presse reports, local time on September 8 at 22:45 p.m. local time, Paris 19 District, a knife wounded, resulting in a total of 7 people were injured. The French counterterrorism agency says there is little chance that the incident will be a terrorist attack.
Reported that a suspected Afghan man with a long knife and an iron stick in the 19th District of the Urk River assault, the goal is to have no intersection with the passers-by. A total of 7 people were injured in the attack, of which 4 were seriously injured. Severe injuries included two British tourists in their 50s, an Egyptian tourist in his 40s and a local resident born in 1994.
According to a police release, the Anti-Crime Mobile Police Force (BAC) arrested the man after the crowd disarmed him. For health reasons, the man was sent to the hospital and was under police custody. The man's identity is rumored to be an Afghan born in 1987, but the specific information is still being verified.
A surveillance camera near the scene reportedly captured the end of the attack, showing the man being chased by two men after attacking passers-by. According to a Agence France-Presse reporter, the man threw his iron bar to the pursuer and took out a knife.
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