MARSEILLE, FRANCE – A blade using man killed no less than two ladies Sunday at the Saint-Charles prepare station in Marseille, France, before police killed the suspect, as indicated by CNN offshoot BFM, which refered to the city prosecutor’s office as its source.
“Two casualties have been stabbed to death,” Olivier de Mazieres, the provincial police boss, revealed to AFP news office, alluding to the assault at the Saint-Charles station, the most vital prepare center point in the southern French city.
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Military police executed the suspect. Specialists are examining whether he had connections to dread associations.
French Interior Minister Gérard Collomb tweeted that he was en route to the scene.
The Saint-Charles station is a similar one where four Americans contemplating abroad succumbed to corrosive assaults a month ago.
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The aggressor was a 41-year-old rationally insecure lady, police said. She was captured and hospitalized, as indicated by CNN associate BFM.
There was no motivation to trust the corrosive assaults were fear related, police said.