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Translation from BFMTV:
A knife attack took place this Saturday afternoon at 16:30 at the Laurent Bonnevay de Villeurbanne metro station, near Lyon.
At least one person died and eight were injured, including three in serious condition, according to a new report released by firefighters. According to our information, the victim was 19 years old.
The author of the facts was arrested by the police. According to our information, this man is an Afghan asylum seeker. The man is unknown to the police and intelligence services.
The Lyon public prosecutor’s office seized the judicial police for “assassination and attempted murder.”
Witnesses described a terrifying scene as the knifeman began stabbing victims at random and people ran for their lives.
A witness named Nina told LCI: “I was in the subway at the end of a mundane day and then [the police] evacuated the metro.
“We saw large bloodstains on the ground.
“I saw a gentleman with his three young children, with blood on his face and his white t-shirt. Several people were traumatised, crying.”
Another witness told how one person had been stabbed in the stomach and an older woman had an injury to the side of her head.
The woman told LCI she stepped in front of the older woman to protect her, adding: “There was blood everywhere on the ground.”
— BFMTV (@BFMTV) August 31, 2019
One dead, nine injured during knife attack near Lyon, France
According to French News reports, the jihadi is an Afghan migrant.
By i24NEWS – AFP, August 31, 2019:
Two men, one armed with a knife and the other with a skewer, carried out the attack in Villeurbanne
A 19-year-old man was killed and another nine were left wounded during a knife attack on the outskirts of Lyon, France, local authorities said on Saturday.
Fire and Rescue services said that three of the injured are in serious condition.
Two men, one armed with a knife and the other with a skewer, carried out the attack in a parking lot near the Laurent Bonnevay metro station in the suburb of Villeurbanne.
One dead, six injured during knife attack in Lyon | August 30
Police said they are still investigating the motive behind the stabbings.
A man armed with a knife and a barbecue fork claiming to be from Afghanistan, randomly attacked people at a metro station in #Villeurbanne, a suburb of #Lyon, #France. One dead, nine wounded. #dumbelivable #RefugeesWelcome pic.twitter.com/qq2rhw7L3j
— Nic Paul Enache (@nicpaulenache) August 31, 2019
One suspects has reportedly been arrested but the other alleged attacker has evaded arrest and is still on the run, according to local media.
Authorities are currently conducting a manhunt and are combing the area for possible suspects.
The condition of the remaining wounded is still unknown.
The national anti-terrorism prosecutor’s office had been informed but had not taken charge of the case at this stage.
Last May, a parcel bomb in front of a baker’s shop in central Lyon left 14 people slightly injured.
The perpetrator, a young radicalised Algerian, who was arrested three days later, pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group, according to his confession.
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