Several people have been wounded in a knife attack on a high-speed train in the German state of Bavaria, local police have said, adding that the alleged perpetrator has been arrested.
“According to preliminary information, several people were injured,” police in Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz said in a statement, assuring that “there is now no more danger”.
The Bild newspaper said at least three people had been hurt, two of them seriously. A police spokesperson said that none of their lives were in danger.
Police said that a man had been arrested, but did not give any more details.
The ICE high-speed train was brought to a halt at Seubersdorf station, and a large police operation was deployed to the site.
In June, three people were killed and several others injured in a knife attack committed in Würzburg, in southern Germany.