Vienna: At least two passengers were injured when a knife-wielding man went on a stabbing spree in a train in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg on Tuesday, the media reported.
Austrian policemen arrest a suspect on August 16, 2016 at the train station Sulz-Röthis in Vorarlberg, Austria, after he had attacked two train passengers with a knife. Pic/AFP
The attacker, a 60-year-old German national, was arrested by police and the case is under investigation, Xinhua news agency reported.
The injured were sent to a hospital for treatment and their condition could not be immediately confirmed.
An Austrian policeman stands next to a suspect sitting on a platform after he was arrested on Tuesday at the train station Sulz-Röthis in Vorarlberg, Austria, after he had attacked two train passengers with a knife. The 60-year-old German man, who obviously is suffering from psychological problems, has severely injured two passengers before he could be overpowered by the help of another passenger. Pic/AFP
The attack took place in Roethis locality near the border with Switzerland.
There have been several incidents involving knife attacks on trains in Europe over the past weeks.