Tokyo attack: A frightening incident has come to light from the Japanese capital Tokyo. In fact, a person riding in a metro in the capital Tokyo is attacked with a knife and people can be seen running. In a stabbing attack inside the metropolis, 10 people were injured and the condition of one is said to be critical. This information was reported by the local media. At the same time, the attacker has been arrested after the attack. Public broadcasting company NHK has released a video clip of the attack inside the metro. In the video, you can see passengers running in the metro, frightened by that person’s knife.
A second video posted on Twitter shows people climbing out of windows to avoid the Kyo Line train at a station. The line operator said the incident took place around 8pm (local time) near Gokurio Station in the western suburbs of Tokyo. Services were partially suspended after the attack.
The NHK and other media outlets reported that the man stabbed 20 people and set the train on fire. The report also states that the accused person spread the liquid around the train. Kyoto News reports that 15 people were injured in the attack. The NHK said at least 10 people were injured and one 60-year-old was in critical condition.
The 20-year-old boy who was on the train at the time of the incident told NHK that at first I thought it might be due to the Halloween celebration, but when a person came in with a big knife, I ran away. Said I was lucky I was not injured.
Violent crimes are generally rare in Japan, but in August, nine people were injured in a knife attack on a passenger train in Tokyo, one of whom was critically injured. Meanwhile, in another attack in August, two people were burned to death in an acid attack at a Tokyo metro station.
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