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AT LEAST THREE KILLED IN AUSTRIA AFTER MAN DRIVES INTO CROWD… BEFORE STABBING PASSERS-BY
Cat : Condolences Of Today
Date : 24/06/2015                      Reader : 71

H.D.A : WE EXPRESS OUR DEEP SENTIMENTS TO FRIENDLY GREAT PEOPLE OF AUSTERIA REGRETING SAD NEWS OF A MAN DRIVES INTO CROWD KILLING THREE INNOCENT PEOPLE,IN ADDITION TO STABBING OTHERS PASSING-BY!!WE EXPRESS OUR CONDOLENCES TO VICTIMS FAMILIES,WISHING AUSTERIA PROSPEROUS, HAPPY,AND STABLE LIFE FAR FROM DESASTERS WHAT SO EVER.

 

 

Infowars       23-6-2015

 

 
 

AT LEAST THREE KILLED IN AUSTRIA AFTER MAN DRIVES INTO CROWD… BEFORE  STABBING PASSERS-BY 

 

A seven-year-old boy is reportedly among the three people killed in Austria by a man who ploughed his car into crowds in the country’s second-largest city and then reportedly started stabbing people.

A witness told the Wiener Zeitung newspaper that dead bodies were left lying face down in the street after the vehicle sped through streets near the the historical Herrengasse in Graz.

More than 30 pedestrians were injured during the rampage and the driver, a 26-year-old Austrian man of Bosnian heritage, has been arrested and the area sealed off.

Authorities said that 10 people were seriously injured in hospital and one patient was in a critical condition on Saturday afternoon.

 


 
 
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