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Man with Axe Attacks Passengers on German Train

Several passengers were critically wounded though police are yet to find a motive for the attack

A firetruck blocks a road in Wuerzburg, southern Germany, photo: AP/Karl-Josef Hildenbrand
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BERLIN, Germany — A man with an axe attacked passengers on a train in the southern German state of Bavaria late on Monday. Several people were critically wounded, a police spokesman said.

The spokesman said the attack happened on a local train near the city of Wuerzburg. The man was later shot dead, broadcasters BR and NTV reported.

The rail line between Würzburg-Heidingsfeld and Ochsenfurt has been closed, the police spokesman said.

There was no indication of the motive for the attack.

MICHAEL NEINABER

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