The state-run People’s Daily pronounced a male had used a blade to take control of a train before pushing it into vehicles and pedestrians. The train has a executive track by a city of some-more than dual million people, flitting supervision buildings and a vital blurb area.
Some amicable media users voiced startle that such a thing had happened in Longyan, a quiet, comparatively tiny city.
Knife attacks are not surprising in China, where guns are firmly regulated. In June, dual children were killed in a blade conflict in Shanghai, and in October, some-more than a dozen kindergartners were wounded by a knife-wielding woman in a southwestern city of Chongqing.